The scooter belonging to Giants outfielder Hunter Pence is back on the black market.
Two thieves caught on surveillance recently broke into the Make-A-Wish Foundation office in San Francisco and stole a number of items, NBC-Bay Area reported, including laptops, i-Pads -- and the scooter Pence used to ride to and from home games in San Francisco.
It is the second time the scooter has been stolen, the first time outside a coffee house in San Francisco in May of 2014.
Pence, in Milwaukee for the Giants Opening Day game against the Brewers, reacted to the latest theft Sunday night on Twitter: ``I can't believe it! It's scooter-gate all over again,'' followed by ``#findhuntersscooterx2.''
The scooter has a Giants emblem, is autographed by Pence, and cost a donor $40,000 to acquire for the foundation.
Make-A-Wish staff member Tamara Burnett said, "My heart just kind of sank . . . I didn't believe it . . . it absolutely breaks your heart. Most of all I want justice. Our organization strives to grant every eligible wish child's wish and we would hate for this to set us back."