In a POSITIVELY JAX event... people in the River City found a safe way to get rid of unwanted paperwork and protect themselves against identity theft. Today wrapped up the last of three Shredder Days in Mandarin. Organizers say an estimated 45-hundred cars lined the Winn Dixie parking lot. Channel 4's Kumasi Aaron caught up with some of the locals safely unloading their sensitive documents. 3 00-0817-20100-107TAKE NAT: 083000-05 I think this is fantastic great for the community great for the organization and I fully support it. Charles Walker is talking about Shredder Day, a chance for people in the community to get their unwanted documents shredded for free.It's an annual event but the first Walker's attended. CHARLES WALKER/PARTI CIPANT 083015-21 A beautiful day great to be out and I happen to stop by the flower shop and noticed the event so I decided to participate. He joined hundreds of people here at the Winn Dixie in Mandarin who drove up, sometimes waiting in line, to have the boxes of papers they don't need shredded safely. This is a partnership between Channel 4, Cintas Document Management, Winn Dixie and Family Foundations. It's the last of three Shredder Days, held at Jacksonville Winn Dixie locations because of construction around the Channel 4 Studios.On Monday, crews processed 30,000 pounds of material after more than 600 cars rode through at a westside Winn-Dixie on Normandy Boulevard.And on Friday, 17 hundred vehicles unloaded quite a bit of paper into our giant shredder at the Winn-Dixie on Beach Boulevard near Parental Home Road. MICHAEL BAILEY/PARTICIPANT 083207-20 I think it's a brilliant idea that you can get peoples personal identification information and get it shredded so you don't have all this loose information out in the streets I think it's perfect I think it's wonderful. Michael Bailey says he tries to come to Shredder Day every year because it's easy and accessible. Cintas employees helped people like Bailey and even businesses shred unwanted personal, financial or confidential documents on site. From the time they are dropped off to they time they are destroyed documents are closely monitored and protected. Bailey says another reason he's here is because identity theft is a growing problem.MICHAEL BAILEY/PARTICI PANT 083244-56 I think people need to realize that it's something that can affect you in the short and long term. That they need to take this very seriously 51 and they need to take advantage of the opportunities when cintas and all these other companies come down here and do this for us. In addition to getting rid of documents, the first 10,000 people got to take helpful documents back with them, a free fianancial education kit including "Your Journey to Financial Health." Something many here say is just a bonus to an already helpful event. In Mandarin, Kumasi Aaron, Channel 4, The Local Station.