ROUZERVILLE, Pa. -- Cindy Kling is a mother on a mission, photocopying and passing out dozens of fliers about the theft of her son's dirt bike.
She has been thinking about how the boy saved for years to buy the 1999 Kawasaki KX 60cc, which was stolen from the family's driveway July 18.
"He was pretty torn up. He'll say things like, 'There are just not-nice people out there,'" Kling said.
Noah Houser, 11, watched motocross on television at age 3 and immediately wanted a dirt bike.
"He has no fear. I call him my monkey boy," Kling said, saying the soon-to-be sixth-grader at Hooverville Elementary School is always climbing.
Noah, who has physical and verbal tics from Tourette Syndrome, saved money from chores and presents. He bought the dirt bike two years ago.