Blue’s Clues’ Magenta helps LPD solve crimes
LAWRENCE, Kan. (WIBW) - Magenta from Blue’s Clues visited the Lawrence Police Department to lend it some of her sleuthing skills.
The Lawrence Police Department said in a Facebook post that it is happy to announce that after an officer found a stuffed Magenta toy left in the 700 block of W. 23rd St. she was reunited with her owner. It said it would consider bringing Magenta back with her pal Blue to consult on some investigations in the future.
On Monday, April 12, around 5 p.m., LPD said Officer Pence found Magenta in the 700 block of W. 23rd St. near Mi Ranchito. It said Magenta went on a ride-along with Officer Pence until they could reunite her with her owner. It said she was a little dirty from her time on the road, but they gave her a bath on Monday night.
On Tuesday, LPD said Magenta was still with it and got to sit in on its roll call and go for a workout. However, it said it seemed Magenta’s favorite part of her trip seemed to be the donuts.
On Wednesday, LPD said there were a lot of mixed emotions when Magenta was finally reunited with her kid, Emma. It said Magenta won over even the staunchest of cops while she was there, so the department was sad to see her go but happy to be able to reunite her with her family.
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