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Police and local business put a smile on a little girl’s face

Gareth Parker
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An anonymous business has put a smile back on a little girl’s face after she had her bike stolen from her local leisure centre.

A five-year-old twin girl was left devastated when she exited the Balga Leisure Centre to find her bike wasn’t where she left it.
The young girl and her family reported the incident at the Mirrabooka Police Station and broke the hearts of the officers hearing the story.

But Officer Sophie and an anonymous local business teamed up to provide a brand new bike to the girl as well as a little gift for her twin sister.

Inspector Geoff DeSanges shared this heartwarming story during his weekly segment on 6PR Breakfast and also told Steve and Baz about Strike Force Vulcan.

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Gareth Parker
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