Aaron and Evan Rolon began have traveled to police precincts around the country showing law enforcement their appreciation while building a following on their social media accounts. - Image courtesy of Kelly Caceres and Alejandro Rolon / Twitter.

Aaron and Evan Rolon began have traveled to police precincts around the country showing law enforcement their appreciation while building a following on their social media accounts.

Image courtesy of Kelly Caceres and Alejandro Rolon / Twitter.

Two 5-year-old boys from New York have an unusual hobby—they dress up as police officers and visit stations to honor law enforcement officers.

According to Fox News, Aaron and Evan Rolon have traveled to police precincts around the country showing law enforcement their appreciation while building a following on their social media accounts.

It all began when the boys were riding in a motorized toy car and an officer "pulled them over" and handed them a mock citation. Parents Kelly Caceres and Alejandro Rolon found the interaction touching and wanted to say thank you to the New York Police Department, so they got the little lieutenant outfits and visited a nearby precinct.

The visit was so popular with the officers that the twins began visiting other precincts, and eventually began taking their acts of kindness and thanks to other cities such as Atlanta and Boston.

The family posts videos of different interaction on their Instagram and Twitter pages @pair_up_.

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