New Hampshire police are returning a stolen bike to a boy—in Oregon
Police in New Hampshire announced last month they’d found a bicycle that’d been reported as stolen in Oregon. Now, the Dunbarton Police Department, with help from Concord’s S&S Sports, are sending the bike (cleaned and tuned up) over 3,000 miles home to its owner—a boy named Joseph.
The department said in a Facebook post on Tuesday that after the bike was found in the Granite State, officers learned it belonged to 10-year-old Joseph, apparently stolen from Jefferson, Oregon, while he was playing outside with friends.
“It’s our hope that you’ll be able to enjoy this bicycle again,” Sgt.... read more
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