The story begins when Robert Davies went in to Argos with his daughter who has Autism to get a her a new bedside lamp.
When they walked in they had a display of the new finding dory stuff and she picked up a lunch box.
They took it to the counter and they were refused the lunch box because it wasn’t on sale until the morning.
Cerys lily started to get upset so Robert asked to see manager and she wouldn’t budge either by now Cerys lily was in full meltdown getting very aggressive so I had to physically carry her out and get in the car.
She eventually calmed down and managed to get her home and 20 mins later the police turned up to the house.
Robert was reported for putting a child in car against her will. He explained to the officers what had happened and they understood.
PC Steven bowen and PCW Leigh Francis from South Wales Police were the responding officers to the address in Bridgend one of the police officers had a nephew with asperger’s.
The officers quickly left after having a laugh with Creys Lily and even put the blue lights and siren for her.
The next morning there was a knock on the door the same 2 officers who gone to the Argos store and bought her the finding dory lunch box she wanted.
Robert admitted he was a bit overwhelmed when they come so didn’t get to thank them properly.. there really is some good people out there
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