Detroit police officers pool money to buy new bike for boy with autism

Officers at 6th Precinct step in to help child

DETROIT – When a little boy with autism had his bicycle stolen a group of Detroit police officers knew they had to do something to help.

The child’s parents couldn’t afford to replace the stolen bike, so officers from Detroit’s 6th Precinct stepped in and pooled their money.

Local 4′s Tim Pamplin got a look at the special surprise. You can watch his full story in the video posted above.

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