Winnipeg cop caught helping dog in viral Facebook post

A Winnipeg police officer is earning some online accolades after he was photographed performing a good deed Monday.

According to a now-viral Facebook post by Winnipegger Callista Moore, the incident happened on Maryland Street near Sargent Avenue.

The officer got out of his police cruiser and approached a homeless man with a dog – not to arrest him, but to give him some dog food for his pet.

“I just wanted to share this sweet story because it gives me some hope for our society,” Moore said in the post.

Moore told 680 CJOB that she was initially concerned the homeless man was in trouble, but was happy to see things unfold the way they did.

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