San Diego police officers brought food and groceries to a 95-year-old man earlier this week. (Photo: San Diego PD) -

San Diego police officers brought food and groceries to a 95-year-old man earlier this week. (Photo: San Diego PD)

San Diego police officers conducting a welfare check for a 95-year-old man did much more. They went to the grocery store and got some takeout food for him.

The department told Fox News that officers from the agency's southern division decided to help a man, identified as "Mr. Teo," a 95-year-old widower "in need of some help" because of the coronavirus lockdown.

Video posted to Twitter shows officers going through aisles of a store, picking up items such as non-perishable foods, milk, and paper towels.

“It started as a welfare check and ended with spirits being raised for all,” the department wrote on Twitter.

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