Police in Surrey
Any money raised will be going to Street Link and East Surrey Outreach.
Both organisations work hard to try and look after vulnerable people who find themselves on the streets at this time of year.
In a post shared on Reigate and Banstead Beat (Surrey Police)s’ Facebook page, a spokesperson said:
‘Today we arrested Elsa (the dangerous fugitive we believe to be responsible for all this cold weather).
‘Despite her sister Anna turning up to demand we ‘let her go’, she didn’t have any British money to pay for her bail and her assets have been ‘frozen’.
‘Maybe you could help out to raise enough money for this Ice Queen’s bail?
‘All donations go to Street Link and East Surrey Outreach, two fabulous charities that are getting vulnerable people off the streets in this icy weather and giving them a much needed second chance.
A spokesperson for Truly Magical Princess Parties said:
‘Elsa has been arrested for causing all this cold weather!
‘We need your help to bail her out!
‘Truly Magical Princess Parties are proud to have partnered with Reigate and Banstead Police to raise money for Street Link and East Surrey Outreach, two fantastic charities who strive to get vulnerable people off the streets and give them a much needed second chance.’
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