(Neil Dubord/Twitter photo)

God of thunder sends letter to Delta Police

Chief Neil Dubord shared a letter from Thor that included drawings of all the DPD’s vehicles

It’s good to have friends in high places, and they don’t get much higher than Asgard.

On Thursday morning (Nov. 23), Delta Police Chief Neil Dubord posted a photo of a letter from a child named Thor on Twitter, calling it “priceless.”

The hand-drawn letter shows an inventory of all the vehicles used by the Delta Police Department. Thor even thought to include two of the DPD’s K9 members.

“Today I got the best letter from Thor,” Dubord said in his tweet. “He went to the trouble of drawing all the different kinds of police cars used [by] @deltapolice. It is priceless and I think Thor has a future in graphic design.”



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