Sweet revenge? Florida police department suggests turning in ‘ex-Valentines’ with warrants

FORT WALTON BEACH, Fla. — A police department in Florida took a page out of another department’s playbook, encouraging citizens to get into the Valentine’s Day spirit.

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The Fort Walton Beach Police Department used a humorous post on Facebook on Thursday to encourage people with “an ex-Valentine” with active warrants to contact its office. The department said callers should give the fugitive’s location, if known, for a “special holiday offer.”

🌹Valentines Day Weekend Special🌹 Do you have an ex-Valentine and know they have warrants? Give us a call with their...

Posted by Fort Walton Beach Police Department on Thursday, February 11, 2021

What is included in this sweet deal?

“This Friday evening’s special includes free transportation, a three-night stay in our luxurious (five-star) accommodations, Valentine’s happy meal dinner, and a special set of bracelets,” the police department posted.

The bracelets in the post are a set of handcuffs, positioned to look like a pair of hearts.

“All this can be yours for the price of a phone call,” the post read. “Callers can remain anonymous.”

The Fort Walton Police Department gave credit for the idea to the Somerset Police Department in Somerset, Massachusetts.

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