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Working mom of 2 young girls finally gets her stolen car back … and some repairs thrown in

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BURIEN, Wash. -- A Burien mom who had her car stolen before Christmas is all smiles now.

Angie Justiniano's 1995 Acura was found in West Seattle -- but the front seats were gone, it had a spare back tire and some alignment damage.

After Josh Harris and the Integrity Construction Group saw the Q13 News story, he stepped up to help the young mom of two young girls.

"We reached out to our community partners, Ben Gervais at Rainbow Carpet Cleaning. We found some Acura seats through a bunch of our contacts, which were apparently hard for an Acura Integra, but we located some seats and a rim," said Harris.

Angie is thrilled to be able to get to work now so she can support her family.

"I'm really happy and I want to thank Channel 13 for helping me and my girls," said Justiniano.

Click here to see the earlier story >>> Burien family’s Christmas put in jeopardy after thief steals their car