On a mission to get gasoline


Thomas Hicks, of Sidney, asks Craig Wagner, not pictured, if he has a cap he could use for the gasoline container he is carrying at the end of a cane behind his back. Hicks said he was going to get the gasoline container filled for a friend, but it didn’t have a cap. Hicks was riding his bike down South Main Avenue on Wednesday, April 15. Hicks had attached a bird statue to the front of his bike the night before.

Thomas Hicks, of Sidney, asks Craig Wagner, not pictured, if he has a cap he could use for the gasoline container he is carrying at the end of a cane behind his back. Hicks said he was going to get the gasoline container filled for a friend, but it didn’t have a cap. Hicks was riding his bike down South Main Avenue on Wednesday, April 15. Hicks had attached a bird statue to the front of his bike the night before.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Thomas Hicks, of Sidney, asks Craig Wagner, not pictured, if he has a cap he could use for the gasoline container he is carrying at the end of a cane behind his back. Hicks said he was going to get the gasoline container filled for a friend, but it didn’t have a cap. Hicks was riding his bike down South Main Avenue on Wednesday, April 15. Hicks had attached a bird statue to the front of his bike the night before.

Thomas Hicks, of Sidney, asks Craig Wagner, not pictured, if he has a cap he could use for the gasoline container he is carrying at the end of a cane behind his back. Hicks said he was going to get the gasoline container filled for a friend, but it didn’t have a cap. Hicks was riding his bike down South Main Avenue on Wednesday, April 15. Hicks had attached a bird statue to the front of his bike the night before.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2021/04/web1_SDN041621BikeBird.jpgThomas Hicks, of Sidney, asks Craig Wagner, not pictured, if he has a cap he could use for the gasoline container he is carrying at the end of a cane behind his back. Hicks said he was going to get the gasoline container filled for a friend, but it didn’t have a cap. Hicks was riding his bike down South Main Avenue on Wednesday, April 15. Hicks had attached a bird statue to the front of his bike the night before. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News