Friday 17 September 2021

A Police Patrol Car For Christmas!

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The toy police car is battery powered to turn on the lights and the sound of the engine
The toy police car is battery powered to turn on the lights and the sound of the engine

TICO BULL – Want to see more police patrols around your house this holiday season. The Policias de Costa Rica has the answer, buy a toy police patrol car.

On their Facebook page, Policias de Costa Rica is selling the toy cars to all “lovers of Christmas and the Fuerza Publica”.

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They don’t have a price, only a phone number – 8555 1004 – to call.

Cost is ¢20,000 colones
Cost is ¢20,000 colones

So I called.

Manuel Retana answered the phone, explaining that the toy is made of metal, is battery powered to turn on the lights and sound of the motor. However, they are sold out and to send him a message by way of WhatsApp where he would kindly let me know when stock is available.

Cost? ¢20,000 colones.

Article first appeared at TicoBull.com

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