Video: Fla. officers gift new bike to elderly man after his was stolen

The officers bought the 80-year-old man a new bike

By Police1 Staff

CAPE CORAL, Fla. — Two officers went above and beyond for an 80-year-old man who lost his mode of transportation.

Cape Coral Police field training officer Ken Cody and officer trainee Guang Song gifted an elderly man a new bike after they learned his bike had been stolen, Western Journal reports.

When the man, Robert, met the officers on Feb. 18, he told them that his bike was his only mode of transportation.

“After taking the report, both officers couldn’t just allow the victim to be without any way to get around,” the Cape Coral Police Department said in a Facebook post.

The officers drove to the nearest Walmart and bought Robert a new bike so he could run errands while police searched for his stolen one.

They also gifted Robert with a bike lock to help secure his new bike.

“You guys are the greatest in the world,” Robert can be heard saying in the video. “God can not bless you enough. I’m almost crying. God bless you.”

Officers Delivering Bicycle

Field Training Officer Ken Cody and Officer Trainee Guang Song took a report of a stolen bicycle from the Winn Dixie in south Cape Coral. The victim was a male in his 80s and the bicycle was his only mode of transportation. After taking the report, both officers couldn’t just allow the victim to be without any way to get around so they went to Walmart and bought him a new bicycle. They delivered it to his home and made sure the seat was adjusted before leaving. A citizen took the time to share the incident on Facebook. Here is the video of the officers delivering the bicycle. The investigation is ongoing into finding the suspect that took the bicycle.

Posted by Cape Coral Police Department on Monday, February 18, 2019


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