WARRINGTON TOWNSHIP, Pa. | A Bucks County man was just trying to do his job, when someone stole something very important to him.
Vince Doak, 67, works two jobs. He's a dishwasher at Moe's Southwest Grill in Warrington Township, Bucks County during the day.
At night, he works at Burger King in Doylestown. He's been there since 1999.
Doak was working at Moe's, and like he did every other day, he locked his bike up behind the restaurant.
But when he went to leave it was gone.
"I just couldn't believe it," Doak said.
Warrington Township Police Officer Corey Fox was called to the store to investigate.
The answer to one of his investigative questions really caught him by surprise.
"He gave me his address, I realized how far away he lived," Fox said.
Moe's is about five miles from Doak's home in Doylestown and 10 miles from the Burger King where he works.
Doak bikes to both jobs and travels about 20 miles a day round trip.
He relies on the bike for transportation.
"He's 67 years old, still working. Yeah, I mean he pulled at my heart strings," Fox said.
Fox then pulled some strings of his own, reaching out to fellow officers to help get Doak a new bike and lock.
Fox and Officer Alex Moldavskiy went to see Doak the next day but he wasn't home.
They called him and Doak agreed to meet them in Doylestown.
When Doak showed up he was soaked from walking in the rain.
Doak told the officers he had just been out shopping for a new bike.
"They were too expensive," Doak said.
"It was the perfect opportunity to say well, come on to the rear of the truck, we got something for you," Fox said.
"They said this is the bike here, buddy, and the lock and I was surprised," Doak said.
Both officers said the moment touched them too, especially after seeing Doak drenched.
They say Doak is a nice, humble man.