A San Antonio police officer says he found a heartwarming anonymous note on his car from a woman showing her support for the men and women in blue.
Cameron Helle found the note tucked into the driver’s side window of his cruiser, Kens 5 reported.
The note, which was written on an index card, read:
“Had your back as long as I could stay. Gotta get home to my babies. God bless y'all. Blue lives matter. All lives matter.”
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“My heart was warm,” Helle told the news station. “Especially with everything going on right now, it felt awesome.”
The message was signed from “a mom,” and posted on the San Antonio Police Officer’s Association Facebook Page. It’s received nearly 600 likes and plenty of comments from people in support of the gesture.
"They actually do have our backs, and that's why I love San Antonio so much," Helle said.
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The patrol officer said he’s looking to identify the mystery mom. Until then, he hopes others will follow in her footsteps and pay it forward.
“It's amazing that I found that note,” Helle added. “Hopefully another officer gets that somewhere else.”
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