Texoma Veteran’s Mountain Bike was Stolen: “The Equivalent to a Service Dog is What this Bike was for Me.”

Durant resident Jose DeJesus is a combat veteran and federal fireman. He likes to ride his mountain bike in the little free time he has. But since his mountain bike was stolen, he hasn’t been able to indulge in that pastime.

Texoma Veteran's Mountain Bike was Stolen: “The Equivalent to a Service Dog is What this Bike was for Me.
Texoma Veteran’s Mountain Bike was Stolen: “The Equivalent to a Service Dog is What this Bike was for Me.”

Jose DeJesus’ Mountain Bike was Stolen

Veteran firefighter, Jose DeJesus said that his mountain bike was stolen, and this bike was the equal of a service dog for him; it provided a chance to just let his mind wander. Simply put, being a firefighter and a combat veteran makes him aware of certain things, like the fact that spending time in nature and being carefree while also spending time with his family is a really fantastic way to unwind.

When DeJesus returned to get the family bicycles, he was just about to leave his house. However, when he got there, he saw that his mountain bike was the only item missing, and he realized that his treasured mountain bike was stolen. The bike cable had been snipped by someone, and that is the time his mountain bike was stolen. The mountain bike was stolen described as silver with teal and red trim, as well as front and rear shocks.

It has more sentimental worth than it does financial value because his brother gave it to him as a gift. He hopes that someone will get in touch with Durant police so that he can get back on his beloved mountain bike.

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