A 24-year-old man with autism from New York who was stranded in D.C. is now home safely, after D.C. police officers came to his aid and kindly helped him get home.
Police say the man, who was from New York City, had taken a bus to D.C. and got lost. They say officers who located the man found out he was unable to buy a ticket to get back home to New York.
Officers were alerted that an autistic man, 24, from New York City rode a bus to DC and got lost...— DC Police Department (@DCPoliceDept) February 10, 2018
When officers located him, they found out he was unable to buy a ticket to get back home in NYC...
Thanks to a selfless act by our 3rd District Officers, he is now home, safely! pic.twitter.com/N8Peq4CJc0
Police say "thanks to a selfless act by our 3rd District Officers" they were able to get him a ticket and he is now home, safely.