Boy writes heartfelt thank-you note to officer who found his bike

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JENKS, Okla. -- A hand-written note is few and far between these days. But a 12-year-old boy in Oklahoma knows what it means to say “thank you.”

Earlier this month, Jonathan Rhinehart wrote a letter to Jenks Police Officer Thomas Johnson to thank him for finding his stolen bike, according to KJRH.

Rhinehart and a friend were recently riding bikes. They left their bikes alone for about a minute and they were stolen.

So Rhinehart decided to write the officer a thank you letter from the heart.

"This will definitely stay with me," Officer Johnson said. "Stay on my desk where I can see it every day."

Boy's letter to officer

Source: KJRH

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