Cpl. Laurie Rock (left) and Const. Kate Hansen in front of a Crammed Cruiser full of food donated to the local food bank Saturday.                                Brennan Phillips / Penticton Western News

Cpl. Laurie Rock (left) and Const. Kate Hansen in front of a Crammed Cruiser full of food donated to the local food bank Saturday. Brennan Phillips / Penticton Western News

Couple of cruisers crammed in Penticton

Penticton RCMP officers and voluteers collected food and money for the Salvation Army Food Bank

Penticton RCMP were asking for the public’s assistance to cram the cruiser Saturday, and people didn’t disappoint.

In fact during the four hours at the Real Canadian Super Store midday Saturday, people donated enough non perishables to fill a fill a couple of cruisers.

Related: Cram the RCMP cruiser for the Penticton food bank

The food and donations for lunch all went to the Salvation Army Food Bank.

RCMP members along with volunteers were at the store for four hours collecting the donations.

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