Police grateful for ‘random act of kindness’ by stranger in Thorpe
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A member of the public who left a card and a gift on a patrol car has been thanked for their “random act of kindness”.
Police officers had been on duty in the Thorpe St Andrew area when they returned to find a card and a gift left on the windscreen of their car.
The card read: 'You have just been hit by a random act of kindness.
'Thank you for all that you do.
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Norfolk and Suffolk Roads and Armed Policing Team (NSRAPT) took to social media to thank the member of the public who left the gift.
Officers tweeted: 'East team out in #ThorpeStAndrew conducting an enquiry & found out they'd been gifted a random act of kindness on their return.
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'What a lovely surprise Thank you to whoever took the time to write the card & for the kind gift #HitTheAmbulanceGamers #810/43.'