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[VIDEO NEWS] Police helps “bunny girl” find her way home

Mar 12,2018
1) Feb. 28, 2018, Gimhae Shin-eo Patrol Division.

2) A little girl in an adorable bunny suit, knocking on doors looking for her mom,

3) was brought to the division.

4) Because the little girl was too young and clumsy with her words,

5) it was difficult to find her personal information.

6) “Show me your fingers, please~”

7) To see if the child’s information was registered in their system,

8) the officers ran her picture, fingerprints, and the name on her belongings

9) in the database of missing persons’ profiles and the advance registration program which included the registration of fingerprints.

10) Still checking. Everyone’s interested.

11) “Your mom’s on the way, sweetie.”

12) Fortunately, the officers were able to find the girl’s profile registered in advance by her guardian!

13) While waiting for her mother to come…

14) An officer, interested in the girl’s stuffed animal,

15) started entertaining the young girl by playing with the poodle.

16) “This is how you do it!”

17) The dance-off is on!

18) The “bunny girl” was on fire and danced several times.

19) The waiting was finally over when her mother arrived!

20) The mother, who said she was shocked that all of this happened

21) when she went out for a second while her daughter slept,

22) mentioned that she did not know that the advance registration program,

23) that she participated in without much thought,

24) would be of such great help.

25) If personal information, such as photos and fingerprints, is registered in advance in the police system, the rate of a missing person being found

26) goes up to 99.7% on average.

27) Just registering can make the biggest difference in preventing missing persons’ cases.

28) The advance registration program is for children under the age of 18, those with intellectual impairments, those with autism and those suffering from dementia. Registration can be done through the Safety Dream App or by visiting a police station.

Video sourced from JoongAng Ilbo
Translated by Kim Hyo-jung
Edited by Hoyeon Yoo