A child Cambridge has sent an adorable letter to Cambridgeshire police, explaining why he would make an excellent officer.
Seven-year-old Harcharan, a pupil at Morley Memorial Primary School, sent the letter to Sawston police station as part of a persuasive writing excercise.
In it he attempts to prove why he is up for the job of fighting crime and chasing would-be robbers.
The a Year Two pupil wrote: “Dear Cambridgeshire Constabulary
"I would love to be a police officer to stop diamond heists and bank robberies.
"I am good at dodging objects and I got good eye sight.
"I am good at jumping from high places and I got lots of stealth."
"The job needs lots of focus and eye sight. To be a good police officer you need to check stuff. I am good at guarding places.
"I would be good for the job because I am good at climbing.
Sharing the letter on Facebook on Tuesday (June 18) Policing Cambridge City described it as "wonderful" and used it as a way to encourage others to join up.
The post read: "We are definitely persuaded.
"If, like Harcharan, you believe that youve got what it takes – we are currently recruiting Special Constables.
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