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When Two Georgia police officers responded to a shoplifting teen, they went to extra lengths to help him.

The 14-year-old, Rome teenager was caught stealing candy. When the officers took him home, they learned that he did not have any foot at his house.

This is when they went above and beyond to help him.

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(FOX)- Lieutenant Walters and Officer Brunson caught a 14-year-old shoplifting candy from a business in Rome.

According to police, the teen gave the candy back after he was caught.

That’s when they took the boy shopping and bought him some groceries.

“Lt. Walters spent well over $50 getting him enough groceries to last a week,” Rome police said on Facebook, sharing two photos of the officers buying the groceries.

 

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