03:06PM, Tuesday 20 August 2019
Thames Valley Police has thanked the ambulance service after a touching note was left on a patrol car at Wexham Park Hospital.
The note, tweeted out by TVP Chiltern and South Bucks, acknowledges it's been a "difficult" week for TVP following the death of PC Andrew Harper.
PC Harper died on Thursday after an incident in Sulthamstead while responding to a reported burglary.
The tweet, which has received more than 125 likes, states: "This lovely note was left on one our patrol cars at Wexham Park Hospital overnight. It means a lot, thank you."
The note, signed off by the ambulance service, reads: "It's been a difficult week for TVP. I know this isn't much but we thought you'd appreciate a little note to let you know that we appreciate all you.
"We've got your backs."
The note signs off by saying "stay safe".
A fundraising page set up by the Thames Valley Police Federation to help support PC Harper's family has already raised £218,000.
To view the fundraising page visit https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/pc-andrew-harper
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