“Earlier today, day shift police officers responded to a call about an apartment break-in in South Bend.
A local family’s Christmas presents were taken from their home during a break-in on Christmas Eve, but police in South Bend, Indiana, helped them out.
The South Bend Police Department (SBPD) shared a video of a family’s young children running joyfully to the gifts that officers brought to replace the ones they had lost on Facebook on Saturday.
The department included a video with the statement, “We stop regular road condition reports to offer you a film you need to view this Christmas Eve.”
“Earlier today, day schedule cops responded to an allegation of a break-in at a South Bend residence. Officers discovered that Christmas presents had been stolen, leaving the kids without anything for the holidays after speaking with the homeowner, the department claimed.
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In a video they shared on Facebook on Saturday, the South Bend Police Department can be seen replacing a family’s stolen gifts.
South Bend Police Department, credited
According to the SBPD, police were able to contact program administrators for the South Bend FOP Lodge #36 Santa’s Elficers, who gave the family brand-new toys that were unclaimed from a toy drive.
The Elficers squad defeated the Grinch, according to FOP #36’s Facebook post.
A police officer from Indiana and his wife adopt an abandoned baby girl who was in a “baby box.”
The policemen also delivered meals for the family who had been the target of a break-in.
Police Department of South Bend, credited
A baby doll and a balancing bike were among the new presents given to the kids, as seen in the video.
The South Bend Police Department stated that this is the essence of serving the community.