In Cleveland, 18-year-old Elvis with special needs was reported missing from his home. First District officers Ross and Raddell learned of the teen after his mother reported missing and thankfully Elvis later returned home.
While talking with police, Elvis's mother shared that her son is constantly bullied for riding around on his sister's pink bicycle. That's when officers reached out through their Cleveland Police Foundation and Cops for Kids program to get Elvis a bike of his own in his favorite color: red.
The Cleveland police officers also gave him a helmet and new basketball for when he's not riding around on his bike.
A heartwarming story and another reason to thank your local police officers!