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The Kansas City, Kansas, Police Department posted a picture of a napkin on its Facebook page, and it's quickly gone viral.

The Facebook post explained that two officers were dining at a local Chili's. When a table near them got up to leave, a teenage girl stopped on her way out and handed them the napkin, which had a short but powerful message: "Thanks for keeping us safe."

"This young lady touched us in a way she might not have realized," they department's Facebook post read. "We sat there and talked about what a fantastic gesture."

When the officers asked for their check, the waitress informed them that their bill had already been paid by the young lady's table.

The department's Facebook post went on to explain how several other patrons offered the officers kind words and gestures.

Now, the officers are searching for the teen and others who went out of their way to show their support for law enforcement, so they can tell them how much it means.

"Please share in hopes that these gestures make it back to the people who did them so they will know just how appreciated and POWERFUL their actions were," the Facebook post read.


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