Arrest Made After Boston Nurse Practioner's Car Stolen With PPE Inside

BOSTON (WBZ NewsRadio) — The car of a nurse practitioner, currently on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic, has been located after it was stolen over the weekend. The protective equipment was inside of the vehicle.

WBZ-TV reports Molly MacKay works at Boston Hope Medical Center. She said she leaves the protective equipment, including an N95 mask, to avoid bringing it into her home.

The car was taken from her driveway in Dorchester. Her roommate's car was also broken into. According to WBZ-TV, a suspect has since been taken into police custody.

(Courtesy of Molly MacKay via WBZ-TV)

MacKay works to treatment coronavirus patients. She told WBZ-TV that having "the medical community come together has been wonderful."

"We feel so supported. You never feel alone," she told WBZ-TV. "It is so sad to see these people who are suffering and a lot of them are suffering alone and they don't have their loved ones with them and we've both witnessed that. But we become their family when they are in these situations."

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