Aedan also apologized that when the officers came to his door, he should have told the truth. (Photo: North Van RCMP Twitter)
The North Vancouver Mounties say a child has written a letter of apology to them after calling 911 by mistake.
RCMP say the child, possibly an elementary age, arrived with his parents on Saturday and left an apology note, along with a Starbucks gift card.
The letter, shared by the detachment on social media, said the boy, named Aedan, is sorry for calling the emergency line when he didn't need to.
Aedan also apologized that when the officers came to his door, he should have told the truth.
He wrote in the letter, "I am sorry that I lied. I should have told my mom or dad. I know I have wasted your time. Thank you for keeping us safe."
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