LETTER: Crestview tricycle theft particularly affects autistic child


Have you seen this tricycle? The owner says it was stolen.

News Bulletin contributor
Published: Wednesday, May 14, 2014 at 02:10 AM.

Dear editor:

On April 25, someone came into our yard and stole my granddaughter Alexis' adult tricycle.

It has no back fenders, is missing a basket on the back, and has no handlebar grips, and was stolen in the Mt. Zion Church area of Crestview.
I know a stolen bike, to some of you, is no big deal; it can be replaced. But to an 11-year-old autistic child, that is not so; it cannot be replaced.

That bike was hers and only hers. She is so heartbroken over this I cannot even explain.

Please — all we want is her pride and joy back. If you see it, please call us, 912-339-7471 or 912-339-7429, anytime!

Please help us.

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