EUCLID, Ohio — Friday afternoon the Euclid Police Department took to social media ask the public for much-needed supplies that it has been unable to purchase anywhere.
In a Facebook post, the department asked for donations of hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes for its officers and their vehicles.
“We want to protect our officers so we can best protect the citizens and businesses in Euclid,” the post stated.
Anyone who is able to help is asked to drop off donations at the front lobby of the department, located at 545 East 222 St., Euclid.
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