What is the Italian translation of the English phrase 'You have stolen my scooter'?

Mi hai rubato lo scooter! is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "You have stolen my scooter!"

Specifically, the personal pronoun mi is "me". The auxiliary hai and the past participle rubato mean "(informal singular you) have stolen". The masculine singular definite article lo means "the". The masculine noun scooter serves as an English loan word.

The pronunciation will be "mee eye roo-BA-toh lo SKOO-ter" in Italian.