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Posted: May 16, 2017

Crossing guards, deputies replace fourth-grader’s stolen bike

Nichols Murray and his new bike, gifted to him from his school crossing guard and the Martin County Sheriff’s Office.
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Nichols Murray and his new bike, gifted to him from his school crossing guard and the Martin County Sheriff’s Office.

By Ryan DiPentima Palm Beach Post

STUART, Fla. —

A Florida crossing guard’s good deed turned a fourth-grader’s disappointment into delight when he received a new bicycle to replace one stolen at school.

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Nichols Murray, a student at Julian D. Parker Elementary in Stuart, Florida, had his bike stole on school property, the Martin County Sheriff’s Office said Friday in a Facebook post.

When crossing guard Diane Winslow saw Nichols was walking home without his bike, she asked him what happened. The boy told her his bike was stolen. 

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After several phone calls, Winslow joined up with crossing guard supervisor Thely Murphy and Deputies Justin Lundsted and Jeff Read to present Murray with a new bike.

The Sheriff’s Office shared photos of the smiling fourth-grader with his new bicycle, surrounded by some of the people who helped get him his new wheels.


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