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    Stolen Special Needs Bike

    Keep your eyes peeled for this bike.

    Reward offered for return of Bridger Hunt's bike
    August 10th, 2010 @ 7:43am
    OREM -- The family of the Utah County boy who was critically injured by someone's homemade firework is offering a reward for the return of the boy's specialized bicycle.

    The Deseret News reports 14-year-old Bridger Hunt's bike, which cost $1,200, was parked inside the family's garage in Orem, in front of a vehicle, so it was not easily visible from the street. It went missing last week.

    Bridger's mother, Mindy Carter-Shaw, tells the Deseret News she is heartbroken over the theft. She says she bought the bike for Bridger's birthday last year so he could ride bikes with his friends. She says Bridger was just starting to become more active as he recovers from his injuries of two years ago, and the theft of his bike is setting him back.

    She is offering a $500 reward for the return of the bike, no questions asked. Anyone with information about the bike can call Carter-Shaw at 503-383-2757.

    The bike has three wheels and a chair-like seat. See it here.

    Bridger was injured when a man's homemade firework exploded as Bridger rode a bike near his grandparents' home in Lehi in July 2008.

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    Geez, what kind of person steals a special needs bike? The photos didn't attach, but I will keep an eye out for a three wheeled bike with a chair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CeeJay
    Geez, what kind of person steals a special needs bike?
    The lowest form of life, this really should be an executable offense.
    Sierra Club Sucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Idiot Boy 1
    The lowest form of life, this really should be an executable offense.
    It can be!

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