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Myrtle Beach Police Department posts 'thank you' message to community on Facebook

According to MBPD, they received prayers, phone calls, food and more from community supporters. According to MBPD, they received prayers, phone calls, food and more from community supporters.

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) - Days after bikefest, the Myrtle Beach Police Department took to social media to express their gratitude for the community's support over the last few weeks.

The department released the following statement on their official Facebook page Tuesday:

On behalf of the Myrtle Beach Police Department, we want to express our gratitude for all of the support given to us over the last few weeks. The community's support during this event, as well as the weeks and events leading up to this, has been overwhelming.

According to MBPD, they received prayers, phone calls, food and more from community supporters.

MBPD assured the members of the community that their efforts did not go unnoticed.

Click here to see MBPD's statement in its entirety.

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