Two people have been charged in connection with the theft of specially adapted bike owned by a County Durham girl who lost her hands to meningitis.
Eight-year-old Tilly Lockey's bicycle was taken from a garage in Consett in September, along with those of her sisters Tia and Lucy-Anna.
They were recovered by police days later.
Four people were arrested in connection with the burglary and two have been charged with handling stolen goods.
A 36-year-old woman and a 33-year-old man from Consett will appear before magistrates in the town on 11 November, police said.
Two other men who were arrested face no further action over the burglary, but one, aged 29, has been charged with cultivating cannabis and the other, aged 26, has been bailed in relation to a drugs offence.
Tilly's hands and toes were amputated in 2007 after she contracted group B meningococcal septicaemia.