CONROE, TX (KTRK) --The search is on for a thief who stole a special bike from a boy with cerebral palsy.
Kristopher, 10, and Priscilla, 9, were drawing inside Wednesday after their two-wheeled transportation to do anything outside was stolen.
"I wanted to go to my friend's house, go somewhere," Priscilla Baier said.
"Some people steal bikes to get money," her brother Kristopher added.
The two siblings had their bikes locked together, tires and frame, on the front porch of their Conroe home Tuesday.
"I heard my brother crying," Priscilla said.
"I said, 'Where's your bikes?' He started yelling and screaming and collapsed and said someone stole our bikes and got really mad," her mother, Renae, added.
Kristopher has cerebral palsy, so his bike has no pedals. He was learning handlebars and balance first. Their bikes were a special delivery from the Easter Bunny for their good behavior.
"They were so excited about being able to ride the bike around the little area in our neighborhood and be able to be a little more independent," Renae Baier added.
Now the siblings are parked at home, wondering who has their bikes.
"I don't know how people can just steal other people's thing," Renae said.
The kids are hoping someone has the good heart to bring them back.
"They should return it, return it," Kristopher and Priscilla said.
If you have any information, call Conroe Police or Montgomery County Crime Stoppers 1-800-392-STOP.