A disgusting theft has taken place, and former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling wants to get to the bottom of it:

From Fox5 San Diego:

A group of wounded veterans are asking for help to recover 16 custom-made bikes that were recently stolen.

The adaptive bikes owned by the non-profit Ride 2 Recover were stolen last Tuesday from a storage unit at the Naval Medical Center San Diego. The bikes were worth over $10,000, but to the wounded warriors and their organization they are priceless.

“It may seem like a bicycle to most, but it’s not to us. It’s our way of life,” said retired Marine Corps Sgt. Jamie Rihn.

Schilling is offering a reward for the return of the bicycles:

Hopefully the thief or thieves are caught and the bicycles are returned.