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2013-12-19 at 17:13

Area police forces call Stuff a Cruiser event a major success

By tbnewswatch.com
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The city and provincial police forces are extending a heartfelt thank you following an overwhelming response to a weekend charitable drive.

The Thunder Bay detachment of the OPP, along with the Thunder Bay Police Service, the Anishinabek and NAN Police Services and the RCMP, teamed up to stage a stuff a cruiser event. 

They were set up this past Saturday at several grocery outlets across the city, and area residents came through in a big way. 

The final tally show 4,227-kilograms -- or 9,300 pounds -- of food was donated.  Additionally, $2,700 was donated. 

All proceeds were handed over to the Regional Food Distribution Association.

(Thunder Bay Television)

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