Officer Surprises Five-Year-Old At Her Police-Themed Birthday Party

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A police officer in Augusta, Maine, was the hit of a girl’s birthday party when he showed up at her front door… in uniform.

Officer Brad Chase learned that five-year-old Evie was throwing a party with a police theme. Evie is such a big fan of the police department that her party featured a cake decorated with police-uniform blue frosting and a game of pin-the-badge-on-the-police-officer.

The party got even more exciting when Officer Chase arrived to take pictures with Evie and her friends.

 He then stuck around for cake, mini pizzas and – of course – donuts, making a big impression on a group of little partygoers.

http://bangordailynews.com/2017/05/15/news/augusta

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