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CrimeLMPD officers find boy's stolen bike, surprise him with it at hospital

00:06  13 june  2019
00:06  13 june  2019 Source:   wlky.com

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LMPD officers find boy ' s stolen bike , surprise him with it at hospital . Two Louisville metro police officers went the extra mile to cheer up a 7-year-old boy . According to police, the boy had to go to the hospital last week after someone pushed him down and stole his new bike .

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Two Louisville metro police officers went the extra mile to cheer up a 7-year-old boy.

According to police, the boy had to go to the hospital last week after someone pushed him down and stole his new bike.

Upon receiving a call on the incident, Officer Huffman put a description out on the radio, and Officer Marshall saw a person matching the description headed towards Jackson Street.

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The officers found the bike dumped behind a house.

They then took it to Norton Children's Hospital to return it to the boy and his mother.

By the looks of the picture, he was overjoyed.

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LMPD officers returned a stolen bike to a 7-year-old boy last week. Meanwhile, the 7-year-old boy had to be taken to Norton Children’ s Hospital with non-life threatening injuries. While looking for the boys stolen bicycle, they found that the suspects had ditched the bike behind a home.

LMPD officers find boy ' s stolen bike , surprise him with it at hospital . Two Louisville metro police officers went the extra mile to cheer up a 7-year-old boy . According to police, the boy had to go to the hospital last week after someone pushed him down and stole his new bike .

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