A young investigator submitted DNA samples collected from cookies and carrots set out for Santa Claus and his reindeer in Rhode Island and asked police to verify the evidence.
she sent a carefully bagged sample Half-eaten Oreo cookies and baby carrots It had been chewed, along with a handwritten note, Cumberland Police wrote on Facebook. it reads:
“Dear Cumberland Police Department, I took a sample of the cookies and carrots I left for Santa and his reindeer on Christmas Eve. Can you take a DNA sample to confirm if Santa is real? Is not it?”
Cumberland Police responded on Facebook, saying Chief Matthew Benson “immediately directed his investigative department to forward her evidence to the Rhode Island Department of Health Forensics for analysis.” “Santa Claus (aka Chris Kringle, aka St. Nicholas, aka St. Nick) and/or one of his nine reindeer.
The department “contacted the future CPD detective on Christmas Eve night and provided her with some previously discovered evidence in support of the existence of Santa Claus in her neighborhood.” I have attached a surveillance photo of a reindeer in
“This young woman clearly has a keen sense of the truth and the investigative process and has done an excellent job putting together her evidence for submission,” the officer wrote in a Facebook post. We will do our best to provide an answer to
A Facebook user, believed to be the girl’s mother, thanked the agency.
“My Scarlett will be thrilled you are looking into ‘Her Case’!!!!!” wrote a user.
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