PHOTO: Prince George's County officer helps Baltimore boy with broken bike

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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