DELRAY BEACH, Fla. - The Delray Beach man who got beaten and robbed for a video game he had just purchased on Tuesday night has a smile on his face on Friday.
Rohan Dawkins has a new copy of the video game, Grand Theft Auto, in his hands.
Dawkins is a student at the ACCESS program for adults with special needs in Boca Raton.
Fellow student Ryan Hoffman delivered a new copy of the game after hearing what happened.
"You should just try to make people happy," said Hoffman.
"I was so happy playing the game, Dawkins, 21, said.
The Delray Beach Police Department says they have been inundated with calls from people who want to help.
One caller is offering to buy a year-long bus pass for Rohan, who relies on it to get to and from work.
Another dropped off a copy of the $150 game.
The district manager for GameStop is offering Rohan a free copy of the game's special edition.
The head of the ACCESS program says this is a happy ending to a frightening story.