BOSTON (CBS) — Police said they found the missing car of a Boston nurse practitioner Monday. Molly MacKay reported her Mazda CX-5 as stolen on Sunday.

She told WBZ-TV the vehicle was taken from her Dorchester driveway early that morning. Her roommate’s car that was also in the driveway was broken into.

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“She had one of my spare keys in her car hidden because we often have to move each other’s cars,” MacKay said.

Mackay works at the Boston Hope Medical Center. To make matters worse, her personal protective equipment was in her car.

“I had my scrubs, my white coats, I had my supply of surgical masks, I had my extra n95,” MacKay said. “I keep all that stuff in there because I don’t want any — my shoes, even, that I’ve been wearing — I don’t want any of that brought into the house.”

According to MacKay’s roommate, only one mask was left in the car. She also said the car’s interior was in bad condition and the exterior had minor damage.

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Today’s Collision in Malden told WBZ-TV they saw MacKay’s story and will be detailing and fixing her car for free.

“We have enough stress going on. My roommate is an ICU nurse, we decompress with each other almost every night because of what we’re seeing,” said MacKay. “My car is my lifeline it gets me to work and back.”

Boston Police found the car at a Stop and Shop in Roxbury. They arrested 31-year-old Troy Handy who was in the car when officers found it. MacKay’s spare key that was in her roommate’s car was allegedly in Handy’s pocket.

A stolen driver’s license and stolen credit cards were also found in the car, police said.

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Handy faces multiple charges, including larceny of a motor vehicle and receiving stolen property.