Boy who had lunch money stolen gets new bike

The boy who had his lunch money stolen earlier this week got a new ride.

A 10-year-old boy who had his lunch money stolen got a happy surprise Wednesday.

Clearwater police learned that some of the money that was stolen was meant to buy a bike, so Walmart donated a bike, and Sgt. Wilton Lee and Officer James Frederick took it to Skycrest Elementary School, where the boy is a fifth-grader.

The boy took the bike for a quick ride, wearing a bike helmet provided by Cleatwater police.

A 16-year-old suspect was arrested in the taking of the lunch money.

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