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Boy, 7, writes a cute letter to the police and apply for a job

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A 7-year-old man with “many of the team” and is confident that he has the chops to be a law enforcement officer, with an indication of their talents in the “jumping from a high place,” “monitoring,” and “climb” in a persuasive essay, to the local police department.

Harcharan, who was a member of Morley Memorial primary School in Cambridge, England, to win the laughter and applause of his sincerity, in the handwritten note, reports the Metro. The Sawston Police, Cambridgeshire Constabulary received a letter, dated June 16, that Harcharan was written during an exercise, in writing, of the school.

“I would like to be a police officer, to quit the diamond heists and bank robberies. I’m good at dodging objects, and I got good eyesight,” the boy begins. “I’m good at it is to jump from a high place, and I was given quite a lot of it’s too late.”

“I would like to be a police officer, to quit the diamond heists and bank robberies. I’m good at dodging objects, and I got good eyesight,” the boy begins. “I’m good at it is to jump from a high place, and I was given quite a lot of it’s too late.”
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“The job pays a lot of attention and the eyes. To be a good police officer, you need to check out things,” he continues. “I’m very good at the guard post. I was supposed to be good for the job, but I’m very good at climbing.”

Representatives from the police and got a kick out of Harcharan’s eager to pitch in and share a heartfelt letter on their Facebook page earlier this week.

“We are definitely satisfied!” Police in Cambridge City, wrote of the “beautiful letter.”

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Although young, Harcharan, after more than a decade, until he becomes 18 in order to seriously pursue his policing career, and some social media commenters couldn’t help but cheer the guy on.

“Bless him, I wonder if he’ll change his mind when he grows up!” one Facebook user wrote online.

“I’m hoping that you’re subscribed to him!” another agreed.

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