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Campaign: Pell misplaced wife Kwan's car in December

 
Campaign: Pell misplaced wife Kwan's car in December

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — A Toyota Prius owned by former Olympic skater Michelle Kwan and reported stolen last month by Kwan and her husband, Rhode Island gubernatorial candidate Clay Pell, was briefly missing before.

Pell's campaign manager Devin Driscoll said Monday that Pell reported it missing Dec. 18 before realizing he'd left it parked overnight at a coffee shop near the couple's home. Driscoll said Pell had driven to the shop for a meeting, then walked home. The incident was reported Monday by the Providence Journal.

The couple reported the car missing again Feb. 25 after Pell dropped the keys between the seats, and left it parked outside their home.

The Journal reported last week Kwan told a neighborhood meeting a hockey stick signed by NHL champion Wayne Gretzky was in the missing car.

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