Officers from Prince George's County are helping assist police in Baltimore to help keep the peace within the city. It appears they are making a difference for one young child.
The Prince George's County Police Department's Twitter account tweeted a photo showing one of their officers helping a boy seeking help to fix his broken bike.
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