Norman comes together to help Calvin get a new wagon

Calvin Steves, a staple in the Norman community, had his wagon stolen Wednesday. (Steven Anderson/KOKH)

One Norman man is feeling loved after his wagon is stolen.

Calvin Steves is a familiar face in the Norman community. He has been around the University of Oklahoma for nearly 40 years, selling newspapers.

He walks nearly 10 miles a day, selling more than 100 Norman Transcript papers. He sells papers to people on Campus Corner.

On Wednesday, February 28th, his wagon that holds the newspapers was stolen.

The wagon is described as a red garden wagon with a plastic container marked with "do not sit on." There are also OU and Thunder stickers, as well as OU and Thunder flags on the back. A bell also hangs from the handle.

After people in the Norman community heard about the wagon's theft, they came together for Steves. A GoFundMe Page was set up for Steves so he could have a new wagon.

Almost $2,500 has been raised for Steves. To find that page, click here.

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