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My Town Lowell: Police department repaid in kindness after viral video
My Town Lowell: Police department repaid in kindness after viral video

LOWELL, Mich.— The Lowell Police Department is getting repaid in kindness after posting a video of its officers giving gifts to drivers they pulled over.

The video posted Tuesday quickly went viral, with more than 220,000 views on YouTube by Wednesday afternoon.  According to the police department’s Facebook page, their campaign of kindness attracted attention from everywhere; the department has handled phone calls and messages from around the world.

The citizens of Lowell are also showing their appreciation. One person dropped off a box of doughnuts at the police station Wednesday morning, and three young people also left a cake and ornaments for all of the officers.

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