Police surprise boy who bought them lunch with mini police cruiser

- A few weeks back, we introduced you to a five-year-old boy who wanted to do something special for police. Now, we're sharing the story of the department returning the favor.

William Evertz Jr. wanted to do something special for his heroes at the Winslow Township Police Department, so he did his chores and started saving up his allowance.

MORE: Boy saves allowance for seven months to buy lunch for police

Seven months later, he had enough money to buy Subway sandwiches for the entire department.

His efforts went viral, and the officers made him a honorary officer for the day, and gave him a ride in a cruiser with the lights and sirens turned on.

Tuesday morning, Police decided to return the favor, gifting William his very own, mini police cruiser! 

 

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