Local Police Departments Receive Support Following Dallas Shootings

Following the shootings in Dallas, local police departments have been shown signs of supports from members of the communities they protect.

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Burlington Police
Massachusetts State Police
Jackson Dwyer showed up to Massachusetts State Police headquarters to show his support for the officers.
Massachusetts State Police
Dwyer brought the officers Dunkin Donuts.
Scarborough Police Department
Lila and John brought cookies to police officers in the Scarborough, Maine, police department to offer their support.
Quincy Police Department
JACA Architects stopped by the Quincy Police Department and brought coffee and donuts to show their support.
Quincy Police Department
More goodies were delivered to the Quincy Police Department.
Quincy Police Department
Leah and Ayla stopped by to bring the snacks for the officers.
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Nuns from the Convent on School Street in Quincy, Mass., delivered flowers to the Quincy Police Department.
Stoneham Police Department
Members of the Stoneham, Mass., community sent letters to the officers.
Burlington Police Department
Two boys came into the Burlington, Mass., Police Department to thank the officers for their service.
Billerica Police Department
9-year-old Hailey visited the Billerica police department and brought a plant and Dunkin Donuts gift cards.
Westborough Police Department
A family brought flowers and a card, and food from Artuto's Ristorante for members of the Westborough Police Department.
Mansfield Police Department
Jenna, Ken, Toni, Emma, Kayla and Matthew stopped by the Mansfield Police Department with cookies and a card for the officers.
Andover Police Department
Sal Lupoli from Sal's Pizza called the Andover Police Department to offer his thoughts and prayers and followed up with a delivery of fresh pizza just in time for lunch.
Pelham Police Department
One family sent the Pelham Police Department pizza and salad for lunch.
Everett Police Department
Members of the community delivered coffee, donuts, and cards to the Everett, Mass., police department.
Holliston Police Department
Mangia Pizzeria in Hollaston, Mass., delivered pizzas to the Holliston Police Department.
Police in Rindge, New Hampshire received flowers, cards, coffee and donuts from residents wanting to say thanks on Friday.
Seekonk Police
Maisy and Lily brought lunch and cards to Seekonk Police on Friday. They said they didn't want the officers to feel sad because of what happened in Dallas.
Amherst Police
Amherst, New Hampshire, residents Chris and Lisa Marie Wellen dropped off this hand-crafted U.S. flag to the Amherst Police Department on Friday as a sign of their appreciation in the wake of the Dallas shooting.
Merrimack Police
Residents dropped off cookies and drinks for police in Merrimack, New Hampshire.
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