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Walmart shopper says 'thank you' to Cape Girardeau Police

(Source: Cape Girardeau Police Department) (Source: Cape Girardeau Police Department)
CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) -

A shopper paid it forward on the eve of Black Friday by saying thank you to Cape Girardeau police with coffee.

According to the department, officers were manning Walmart in case someone should need them or an emergency should arise.

One customer wanted to show her appreciation for the officers, and decided to get coffee for each one from McDonalds.

According to police the woman said, "I just wanted to give you an energy boost. I really appreciate what you all are doing."

The Cape Girardeau Police Department responded with this statement:

"Thank you to the lady that went out of her way to make sure these guys were appreciated last night. Your random act of kindness was extremely thoughtful and greatly appreciated."

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