Father’s Day inspires Washington officer to recreate the police photo with son 20 years later

The father-son duo again the picture in the light of father’s day.

(Auburn Police)

A father-son duo in Washington, took a trip down memory lane in the light of father’s day this year.

Officer Andy Gould with the Auburn Police Department and his son, Michael, a 20-year-old photo.

In 1998, the couple smiled for a photo, which shows Michael sitting on his father’s lap inside of a patrol car.

“When I was bigger I go to my Dad’s partner and catch bad guys and burglars,” the caption on the original photo reads.

On Sunday, the two re-created at the time — but when the police noted on Facebook, it was a “hard pinch” with his son (6’7″ frame.

“The restore of the photo 20 years later, it was a beautiful tribute to the father and the son. Hope your dad was as wonderful a day as our own Officer Gould!” the police department continued.

Michael is a sheriff deputy with the King County Sheriff’s Office, according to Fox25.

The photo resulted in hundreds of responses on Facebook.

“They have a larger vehicle of the police,” a commentator noted on the photo.

“That is just great. Can’t stop laughing,” another wrote.

As of Tuesday morning, the photo had more than 3000 comments and 2000 shares.

Madeline Farber is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter @MaddieFarberUDK.

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