BEVERLY, MASS. (WHDH) - A Beverly family is pleading for the return of a bicycle that belonged to a teen’s late brother.
Aiden Regan, 13, said the bicycle was given to him by his 24-year-old brother Cameron, who died unexpectedly earlier this year.
“It’s special to me because I don’t see him anymore and that’s one of the last things I have from him,” said Aiden. The bike was stolen when Aiden left it outside of a friend’s house.
The bike is red, blue and yellow and has “BMX” on the frame. Aiden said it also has loud, squeaky brakes. The Regan family filed a police report and are asking for anyone with information to contact the Beverly Police Department.
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