An officer in Austin, TX helped a family in need when he found a young boy trying to buy snacks according to Yahoo.
An Austin, Texas police officer, concerned for a young boy's safety, drove him home and then later returned with groceries for his family.
The Austin Police Department shared on their Facebook page on Monday that Officer James Riley was working in Central West Austin when he noticed a young boy who was alone in a grocery store parking lot. The boy informed the officer that he was there to buy snacks for his younger sibling.
"Concerned for the child's safety, Officer Riley gave him a ride home," the Facebook post explained of the June 3 incident. "Once inside the residence, he found out that the family was going through difficult financial times."
Check out the Facebook post below...