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Anthony Cruciotti, a veteran living in Revere, Massachusetts, took to the Internet this week to enlist the public’s help in retrieving his stolen motorcycle.
Last Thursday, someone cut the chains on Cruciotti’s bike, ending months that the veteran had spent bringing the 2006 Honda back to order. Cruciotti claims he spent thousands of dollars restoring the bike, and having his brothers’ names inscribed on the body.
“At first I thought it was a joke,” Cruciotti told My Fox Boston. “I put my heart and soul into it.”
Cruciotti hopes to have his bike back in time to participate in Boston’s Wounded Vet Run on May 9.
“For every low person that wants to steal something, there’s so many generous people to come back,” Cruciotti said.
“The vet run…I would’ve walked it if I had to. I’ll be there. I’ve been waiting years for this,” he added.