Glenn Strickland with Home Town Realty donated a mobile Child ID kit to the Garner Police Department. The kits, used by the Garner Police Citizens and Police Together team, make CDs with children’s pictures, fingerprints and other identification information for parents.
Glenn Strickland with Home Town Realty donated a mobile Child ID kit to the Garner Police Department. The kits, used by the Garner Police Citizens and Police Together team, make CDs with children’s pictures, fingerprints and other identification information for parents. GARNER POLICE DEPARTMENT
Glenn Strickland with Home Town Realty donated a mobile Child ID kit to the Garner Police Department. The kits, used by the Garner Police Citizens and Police Together team, make CDs with children’s pictures, fingerprints and other identification information for parents. GARNER POLICE DEPARTMENT

Company donates mobile Child ID kit

August 05, 2016 11:35 AM

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