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Man passes out thank-you cards to Jacksonville police officers

Jacksonville sheriff’s Officer Kevin Munger shared these photos with News4Jax anchor and reporter Vic Micolucci.
Jacksonville sheriff’s Officer Kevin Munger shared these photos with News4Jax anchor and reporter Vic Micolucci. (Jacksonville sheriff’s Officer Kevin Munger)

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Amid nationwide unrest, one man’s touching gesture shows that an act of kindness can go a long way.

Jacksonville Officer Kevin Munger shared a pleasant experience that he had with a citizen who wanted to say thank you.

Munger said he was working off-duty at a local grocery when I was approached by a man.

“I had thought he needed help, but instead, he handed this card,” Munger said. “I approached him a little bit later to tell him thanks."

Munger said the man told him to tell his co-workers thank you and added that he appreciates what the officers do.

“I found out after this that he’s been out there passing out thank-you cards to officers all over town,” Munger said. “What a nice guy! Try to stay positive, there are good people out there!"

The card that Munger received reads: " Thank you for your service to our community - Tony."

Jacksonville Sheriff's Officer Kevin Munger shared this pleasant experience with a citizen who wanted to say 'thank you....

Posted by WJXT4 Vic Micolucci on Wednesday, June 3, 2020

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