After Josh Taylor called 911 to report his bike stolen Wednesday morning, officers responded and searched but were unable to locate the person who stole it. Officers were impressed with Josh’s presence of mind when he called 911 immediately after the theft and provided a description of the bike and the thief, so they took up a collection at the department and surprised the boy with a replacement bike Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 19, 2016.
After Josh Taylor called 911 to report his bike stolen Wednesday morning, officers responded and searched but were unable to locate the person who stole it. Officers were impressed with Josh’s presence of mind when he called 911 immediately after the theft and provided a description of the bike and the thief, so they took up a collection at the department and surprised the boy with a replacement bike Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 19, 2016. Ceres Police Dept Ceres Police Department
After Josh Taylor called 911 to report his bike stolen Wednesday morning, officers responded and searched but were unable to locate the person who stole it. Officers were impressed with Josh’s presence of mind when he called 911 immediately after the theft and provided a description of the bike and the thief, so they took up a collection at the department and surprised the boy with a replacement bike Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 19, 2016. Ceres Police Dept Ceres Police Department

Impressed by boy and his crime report, police replace stolen bike

October 21, 2016 10:34 AM

UPDATED October 21, 2016 05:03 PM

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