HARRISBURG, Ark. - Two local fourth graders are making it easier for their town to spot a police cruiser.
KAIT Region 8 News in Jonesboro reports that Jax Mross and Noah Mullins spent months designing a vehicle wrap after learning that Harrisburg Police Department Lt. Justin Kimble had an "unmarked" car.
The students teamed up with a professional designer and they came up with a decal featuring the school district's mascot.
Kimble says the city is pitching in $1,000 to complete the project. To show his gratitude, he plans to throw candy from his newly-designed patrol car during the city's Christmas parade.
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