Burbank Police Raising Awareness About Breast Cancer With New Ride


Burbank Police are making a point about breast cancer with a pink cruiser. They unveiled their new ride yesterday as part of their campaign to raise awareness about breast cancer. Cops will be taking the vehicle to community events where they'll collect notes from people who have been affected by breast cancer. 

"We're also going to allow [people] to write post-it notes and messages in honor, or in memory of people they've lost to the disease or in support of survivors," spokesman Derek Green told KFI's Andrew Mollenbeck. 

At the end of the month, Green says they'll collect the notes for a special display in the Burbank police station. 

"And at the end of each event, we'll collect those notes and we'll be building a bit of a display here in our lobby."

The cruise got its striking wrap from West Coast Customs, who helped put the finishing touches on the pink cruiser. The glittery ride will be rolling out to community events, but you won't be pulled over by anyone in it anytime soon. Green says the luminescent cruiser will be used strictly at community events. 


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