KENNEWICK, Wash. - A business is burglarized and although the owner is upset, it is his young son who is pleading for his motorbike to be returned.
The owner of Clearwater Collision and Towing said his motor home and a trailer parked in the back of the business were broken into and ransacked.
Police said are now looking for the suspects but the owner of the business said he is upset that his young son is the victim of the crime.
Tim Dean said, "You feel robbed. It's some what disgusting you work hard and you feel really violated."
Police said the suspects broke into the business through a locked fence. The stolen motorcycle is a blue and white Yamaha with the number seven written on each side.
Contact Kennewick Police if you know where it is.