St. Louis police hand out ice cream to kids

Police officers in St. Louis, MO, pulled up in an ice cream truck and handed out free treats to kids at city parks and schools.

The St. Louis Police Foundation bought the truck and filled it with 6,000 ice cream treats.

It is all part of a community outreach program called "Operation Polar Cops."

Local dairies donated the ice cream, while an advertising agency designed the art on the outside of the truck.

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