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A 4-year-old boy in New Zealand, who made an emergency call to have the police come and look at his toys, was shocked by a visit by an officer who confirmed that his toys were indeed very nice.

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Call Was issued by the Southern Police District on October 15, which wrote on Facebook that although it doesn’t encourage kids to call the emergency number “to show us our toys, it was too cute not to share.”

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In the call, it normally begins: “It’s the police, where’s the emergency?”

“Police lady?” The boy says in the recording.

“Yes,” says the dispatcher, changing in a friendly tone. “Whats up?”

“Um, can I tell you something?” The boy asks, and then adds, “I have some toys for you.”

“You have some toys for me?” Dispatcher says.

“Yes. Come and see them,” the boy replies.

A man is heard on the line explaining to the dispatcher that the call was a mistake, adding that the boy was helping while his mother was sick and “went out” to call.

The police dispatch calls any available units to go home: “There’s a 4-year-old out there who wants to show his toys to the police.”

“Yeah, I’m ready, I’ll participate,” answers one officer.

In this photo released by New Zealand Police, an officer identified as Constable Kurt sits on his patrol car with a 4-year-old boy in the South Island city of Invercargill, New Zealand, on October 15, 2021. (credit: Police District via Southern Storyf

An officer identified as Constable Kurt arrived at the boy’s home in the South Island city of Invercargill. Police said they were shown “an array of toys” and in return showed the boy a patrol car with lights on – and gave the child and his parents an “educational chat” about using the 111 only for emergencies .

According to police, “he had nice toys,” Constable Kurt reported back after visiting the house.

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This story was reported from Cincinnati.