July 31, 2021

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Newton man spots his missing bicycle while watching WCVB report

NEWTON. >> T BIKE WAS STOLEN NEARLY TWO MONTHS AGO AND TONIGHT, IT IS BACK WITH ITS OWNER. WE MET THAT OWNER EARLIER THIS AFTERNOON. HE SAYS HE NEVER THOUGHT HE WOULD SEE THE BIKE EVER AGAIN BECAUSE SO MUCH TIME HAD PASSED. HERE HE IS DESCRIBING HOW HE HELPED SOLVE THE BURGLARY OF HIS BICYCLE. I WAS WATCHING THE 11:00 NEWS ON CHANNEL 5 AND SAW THAT SOMEONE WAS ARRESTED FOR A BND. I WATCHED THE STORY, AND A GENTLEMAN, WHO I LOVE TO THANK, HAD THE VIDEOTAPE AND WH HE OPENED HIS GARAGE, HE DREW THIS BIKE DOWN AND IT WAS MY BIKE. >> POLICE ARRESTED THE SUSPECT AND NOW DONALD HAS IT BACK. THE EVIDENCE TAG IS STILL ON IT. HE SAYS HE’S LOOKING FORWARD TO WRITING IT AGAIN SOON, A BIKE YOU NEVER THOUGHT HE WOULD S

Massachusetts man spots his missing bicycle while watching WCVB report on break-in


A Massachusetts man said he was able to track down his stolen bicycle after watching a WCVB-Channel 5 report on a break-in.Donald Murray, of Newton, said his fat-tire bike was stolen two months ago, and he thought he would never see it again.Murray, however, was able to spot it during a NewsCenter 5 report about a burglar who was caught red-handed during a break-in in Newton last week.”I was watching the 11 o’clock news on Channel 5 and saw that somebody got arrested for a (breaking and entering),” Murray said. “I watch the story and the gentleman — who I’d love to thank — had the videotape, and when the kid pulled up to his garage, he threw this bike down and I just go: ‘That’s my bike!'”Newton police recovered Murray’s bicycle when they arrested the suspect, and now Murray has it back with the evidence tag still on it.Murray says he is looking forward to riding his bike again soon.

A Massachusetts man said he was able to track down his stolen bicycle after watching a WCVB-Channel 5 report on a break-in.

Donald Murray, of Newton, said his fat-tire bike was stolen two months ago, and he thought he would never see it again.

Murray, however, was able to spot it during a NewsCenter 5 report about a burglar who was caught red-handed during a break-in in Newton last week.

“I was watching the 11 o’clock news on Channel 5 and saw that somebody got arrested for a (breaking and entering),” Murray said. “I watch the story and the gentleman — who I’d love to thank — had the videotape, and when the kid pulled up to his garage, he threw this bike down and I just go: ‘That’s my bike!'”

Newton police recovered Murray’s bicycle when they arrested the suspect, and now Murray has it back with the evidence tag still on it.

Murray says he is looking forward to riding his bike again soon.