HESPERIA: A local family is urging the public to please be on the look out for a street bike stolen from the families residence in Hesperia.
According to Melissa Whitzel, the street bike belongs to her 12-year-old daughter Cheyenne who frequently uses the bike to race professionally.
The bike is described as a 2004 Honda NSR50 pink in color with a black trim. It was reported stolen on Friday afternoon near Cottonwood and Eucalyptus in Hesperia out of the families back yard.
Melissa say’s her daughter is very upset and feeling a bit depressed over the theft of her bike. “The street bike is very special to her since it allowed her to practice doing what she loves most”, she continued to say.
Just before the theft occurred, the family describes the bike was loaded onto a trailer that was located in the backyard of the families residence and was ready to be transported for the upcoming event on Saturday in Santa Maria, Ca. Where a very excited 12-year-old Cheyenne was eager to compete in a professional race.
“My daughter has great race friends. Someone had an extra bike and they let her borrow it for the weekend. She is still getting to get to race.”
Cheyenne took to VVNG and shared the following message, “Hey you stupid thief, you didn’t stop me from racing today. Karma will get you! Thank you Andy for letting me ride your extra bike. Please keep looking for my bike thank you.”
Anyone with information is urged to contact the Hesperia Police department.