FRANKLIN CO. Ky. (WDRB) — A special laptop computer stolen from a 14-year-old girl is back where it belongs. 
Franklin County Sheriff Pat Melton says that earlier this month, deputies recovered the device Layne Barlow depends on to communicate with others. No arrests have been made, but Melton tells WDRB he plans to release more information within the next week. 
The computer was stolen along with Layne’s cell phone on Wednesday, November 1, as the Barlow family attended the Cornerstone Church of the Nazarene. The electronics were stolen from their unlocked van in the parking lot along with a two backpacks. One was found tossed under a bush on church property. 
The laptop is a Tobii Dynavox worth about $17,000. It is a portable speech-generating device. Through Layne’s eye movement, she controls the computer to speak for her. And through the computer, she can send texts and make voice calls with the cell phone.
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