Boy Surprised by Winslow Twp Police Department -Released

New Jersey police officers were surprised by a little boy who wanted nothing more than to buy them lunch–and now the boys in blue have rewarded the kind gesture.

Five-year-old William Evertz Jr. wanted to do something special for his heroes at the Winslow Township Police Department near Philadelphia, so he saved up his allowance for seven months so he could bring Subway sandwiches to their doorstep.

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The cops were so touched that they took up a collection to buy a mini cop car for the boy so he could patrol his neighborhood.

The police department, located in Hammonton, said on their Facebook page that they ordered personalized decals for the car from the folks at VCI in Berlin, who donated stickers that replicated the actual Winslow Twp Police car insignias.

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They even got license plates emblazoned with the tot’s nickname, “Bubba”.

(WATCH the surprise unveiling in the video below)

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