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An autistic boy is left distraught after his beloved bike is stolen outside the town’s supermarket.
Kay Davis, who said the bike was “everything” to him, shared a photo on Facebook in hopes that the bike will be returned or found.
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In the community group Spotted Didcot, Davis wrote: My bike was stolen from outside Didcot, Sainsbury around 4:30pm (January 2nd).
“I appreciate anything anyone can do to find it for me. Please.
“This bike means a lot to me. It’s the only way I can vent my feelings with autism.”
The bike is red, silver and black with “Eurobike” written along the frame.
Davis said police have been alerted to the theft.
This article was written by Matthew Norman. He joined the team in his 2022 as a reporter for his Facebook community.
Matthew covers Bicester and focuses on finding stories from a diverse community.
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