UPDATE: North Las Vegas police found Larry Marina's stolen truck on Tuesday. It was returned to the owner, however much of the truck was stripped.
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NORTH LAS VEGAS (KTNV) -- A disabled veteran and his wife woke up to find their Chevy Silverado had vanished from their driveway in North Las Vegas.
Michelle Marina woke up at 4 a.m. Monday to let the dogs out and noticed something looked a little off.
"I kinda thought, God, it seems like there's an awful lot of space out here," she said.
Michelle went back inside for a moment to think. That's when it hit her.
"I came back out here, opened the garage, looked around and went wow! Larry's truck is gone! It's just not here."
Immediately, she ran inside to break the news to her sleeping husband.
"She jerked me out of bed and turned the lights on and started hollerin'!" said Larry Marina.
"Your truck is gone!" she yelled. "He said no, no, no, it can't be. I said yes, it's gone!"
Larry is a disabled veteran. His 2002 Chevy Silverado was more to him than just a truck.
"Me and grandpa (the truck) were just getting old and eventually we were just going to go together," Larry said. "I thought they'd bury me in the darn thing."
"It's the only vehicle that he can truly get in and out of himself without hurting himself," said his wife.
With no surveillance video and no witnesses, the couple doesn't have high expectations the truck will ever be returned, but they're staying hopeful.
The truck has license plates on the front and the back that say "Disabled Veteran 5024." There's also a sticker on the rear window that says "Combat Veteran U.S. Navy." The sticker is blue and white.
"No questions asked," Michelle said. "We'd like to just have the truck back."
The couple is offering a reward of $1,000 to anyone with information leading to the truck's return.