A young boy from Caernarfon was given a warm welcome home from hospital last week when he was met with a personal police escort.
4-year-old Hari Jones, who suffers from a rare muscular condition, returned home from Alder Hey Children’s Hospital in Liverpool on Tuesday 21st July and was met with a police escort from North Wales Polices’ Roads Policing Unit.
Earlier on in the day, officers from Merseyside Police escorted young Hari to the M53 motorway.
Later on in the day, they were met by a police biker and a roads policing BMW on the Felinheli bypass and was escorted with blue lights to his home address where family and friends gave him a warm welcome.
PC Scott Martin from the Roads Policing Unit said:
“We know that Hari loves the emergency services, so we were only too happy to oblige.
“It was lovely to see his face light up today when we turned up to welcome him back home. We wish him and his family all the best with settling back at home and we hope to see him again very soon.”
Hari was presented with a Roads Policing white cap, a hi-vis vest and a Playmobil police car.
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