KENNEWICK, Wash. - An eight year old boy's dirt bike was stolen and then returned thanks to one of our viewers.
Jaxson Dean was devastated when his father's towing company was broken into and the only thing the thieves took was his motor bike.
Jaxson Dean said, "It was really tough and it just felt heartbreaking just really heart breaking. They broke into our motorcycle trailer and I felt kind of bad because this dirt bike really meant a lot to me."
He was heartbroken until KNDU ran a story about the break-in last week and one of our viewers spotted teens riding the little motorcycle in a Pasco neighborhood.
Jaxson's mother Tracy said, "A gentleman in Pasco noticed that a blue bike with the number seven on it was riding up and down his street and he called the Pasco police department."
Jaxson said, "There's just a few people I'd like to thank KNDU, the Pasco and Kennewick Police Departments for looking for my dirt bike. That's the people I'd like to thank and the guy who saw the dirt bike."
Tracy Dean said the kids in Pasco bought the stolen dirt bike for 200 dollars from someone off the street who they did not know.