Heartbreaking moment cruel thief steals the first bicycle of nine years old

Heartbreaking moment cruel thief nine-year-old steals the first bike as the boy begs not to take it

  • Jonathon DeLaCerda, 9, begged a heartless thief not to take his bike to Texas
  • Footage shows the shocking moment that the suspect cycled on a bicycle
  • The boy chased him outside his house and said: & # 39; No, don't do it. O my God & # 39;

Shocking images show the moment when a callous thief stole a boy's bicycle outside his home in Texas.

Jonathon DeLaCerda (9) played with friends at his home in Rosenberg and they left their bikes in the front yard.

To home security video, a man with a hooded jumper can then be casually seen up and driven away by bike, the first he owned.

Jonathon seems to freeze while he processes the robbery and then runs after him.

The Rosenberg police need your help to identify a thief. On Thursday, April 4, 2019, one of our younger citizens had the unfortunate experience of seeing his bike stolen from his front yard at Travis Park. The incident was recorded on video, but as you can see, it is hard to see the face of the subject. PLEASE SHARE! Anyone with information is encouraged to contact the Rosenberg police or the Fort Bend County crime stoppers at 281-342-TIPS (8477). You can also submit online at http://www.fortbend.crimestoppersweb.com/ If that tip leads to an arrest, you can receive a cash reward! Information that leads to the arrest and filing of accusations of the suspect (s) involved can yield you up to $ 5,000.00 UNDER MONEY. All calls for Crime Stoppers are ANONZAMATIC

Posted by Rosenberg Police on Tuesday 9 April 2019

Shocking images show the moment when a callous thief stole a young boy's bicycle outside his house

Shocking images show the moment when a callous thief stole a young boy's bicycle outside his house

Jonathon DeLaCerda, 9, (photo), played with friends at his home in Rosenberg and left their bikes in the front yard as they went in to use the bathroom

Jonathon DeLaCerda, 9, (photo), played with friends at his home in Rosenberg and left their bikes in the front yard as they went in to use the bathroom

Jonathon DeLaCerda, 9, (photo), played with friends at his home in Rosenberg and left their bikes in the front yard as they went in to use the bathroom

& # 39; No, don't do it, & # 39; he can be heard against the thief. When the crook leaves the bike, & # 39; No, no, no, no, no. Oh my god, & Jonah said.

Jonathon and his friends rode on their bikes as they ran in for a short break in the bathroom. It was his friends who noticed the villain in the front yard.

Then they warned Jonathon and ran outside to try his bike.

Footage shows the man who walks to the front yard of the boy and rides the bike

Footage shows the man who walks to the front yard of the boy and rides the bike

Footage shows the man who walks to the front yard of the boy and rides the bike

The boy is chasing after the thief on his bike

The boy is chasing after the thief on his bike

The boys seem destroyed after the theft and shout: & # 39; No, no, no & # 39;

The boys seem destroyed after the theft and shout: & # 39; No, no, no & # 39;

Jonathon freezes as he processes the robbery and then runs after the thief on his bike

Jonathon told KPRC-TV: & suddenly I see this mature man trying to grab my bike.

& # 39; I ran as fast as I could to get to that door so I could open it. That was my first bike on which I learned all my tricks, & Jonathon added.

& # 39; I learned how to make wheelies, standing on top of the bike with one hand. That's the bike I learned to do all my tricks and I just stole it. & # 39;

Jonathy's father Anthony DeLaCerda was able to buy him a new bicycle the next day

Jonathy's father Anthony DeLaCerda was able to buy him a new bicycle the next day

Jonathy's father Anthony DeLaCerda was able to buy him a new bicycle the next day

Jonathy's father Anthony DeLaCerda was able to buy him a new bicycle the next day.

Jonathan told the station: & # 39; It just makes me sad for the people who stole things. & # 39;

& # 39; The way I feel now, how I feel, how everyone feels when they get something stolen. & # 39;

The Rosenberg police have asked everyone with information to contact them. The bike that was stolen is described as a black and orange bike with Kent Chaos BMX style.

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