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North Carolina Officer Leaves Work to Find Thank You Notes on Car

July 18, 2016  | 

Photo: Facebook
Photo: Facebook

The Fayetteville (NC) Police Department shared a story of support for police officers on its Facebook Sunday night.

The post said after working a secondary employment job at Best Buy, Officer J. Wall found people leaving several thank-you notes on his patrol vehicle, reports the Charlotte Observer.

The notes were written on post-its, reading: "Thank you for your service," "Thank you for always coming when we call," "May God be with you," "We appreciate all that you do!" and "Thank you for your sacrifices! God Bless you!"

The people then asked Wall if they could pray for him, which the post said he was honored to participate in.

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