Police perform Random Act of Christmas

In this photo provided by the Brockville Police Assocation, police officer Darryl Boyd (left) and April Muldoon (right) surprise a couple from Maitland, Ont. with their final 'Random Act of Christmas' on Friday, Dec. 22, 2017. (BPA via Newswatch Group)

BROCKVILLE – City police officers have made Christmas for a family from Maitland a little more special this holiday season.

Brockville Police Association members Darryl Boyd and April Muldoon helped out Andy and Melanie Serson at the Real Canadian Superstore as they were shopping for their large family ahead of Christmas.

They paid $200 towards their cart of groceries on Friday, which included “a big Christmas turkey.”

In two other random acts of kindness this month, association officers helped fill the gas tank for a man at a local gas station and chipped in $120 to a Brockville mother of four while she was buying Christmas goodies and toys.

“The Brockville Police Association has thoroughly enjoyed our Random Acts of Christmas. You just never know what might happen next year!” the association said.

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