Round Rock, TX, police chief Allen Banks hug Ximena and another child during a visit. Ximena donated her allowance to Round Rock officers who are mourning the loss of Officer Charles Whites. (Photo: Round Rock PD/Facebook)

Round Rock, TX, police chief Allen Banks hug Ximena and another child during a visit. Ximena donated her allowance to Round Rock officers who are mourning the loss of Officer Charles Whites. (Photo: Round Rock PD/Facebook) 

Round Rock, TX, police Chief Allen Banks returned a young girl’s kind gesture last week with a hug and gifts during a visit to her home.

Ximena, 7, left an envelope under the front door at police headquarters following the funeral of Officer Charles Whites on Wednesday. Inside were a hand-written letter and four $1 bills.

The note 7-year-old left along with four $1 bills for Round Rock officers. (Photo: Round Rock PD/Facebook)

The note 7-year-old left along with four $1 bills for Round Rock officers. (Photo: Round Rock PD/Facebook)

While the envelope did not include a return address, Banks was able to find Ximena’s home address and decided to stop by for a quick visit. He brought along a few gifts, including the chief’s CHIP Challenge coin, WSOC TV reports.

Officer Whites died in late April from injuries he suffered in February when he was struck by a vehicle while helping a disabled motorist.

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