Girl Sends Half-eaten Cookie To Police For A DNA Test To Prove Santa Is Real
A 10-year-old girl sends half-eaten cookie to police for a DNA test to prove Santa is real. Rhode Islander Scarlett Doumato brought a parcel, including a note and leftovers from what seemed to be Saint Nick's Christmas Eve visit to her, to the Cumberland Police Department.
A girl sends half-eaten cookie to police for a DNA test to prove Santa is real. She also brought a letter. The young girl addressed her sweet letter to the Cumberland Police Department and inquired:
Dear Cumberland Police Department, I took a sample of a cookie and carrots that I left for Santa and the reindeer on Christmas Eve and was wondering if you could take a sample of DNA and see if Santa is real?
As soon as possible, Police Chief Matthew Benson gave his Investigative Division the order to send the young girl's evidence to the State of Rhode Island's Department of Health Forensic Sciences Unit for examination.
He said in a statement:
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This young lady obviously has a keen sense for truth and the investigative process and did a tremendous job packaging her evidence for submission. We will do our very best to provide answers for her.
- Police Chief Matthew Benson
While awaiting test results, the department has already been in touch with Scarlett to let her know they have some damning proof the man in red was in her neighborhood.
A witness who saw a person who matched Santa's description was one of the witnesses, and there was also some fictitious CCTV film of a reindeer in the area.
Chief Benson told he would play along to encourage the kid's creativity and investigative abilities. According to Scarlett's mother, Alyson Doumato, her daughter has always been a little "skeptical."
Is Santa Claus real? Rhode Island girl asks her police department to test DNA on cookie
When asked about becoming a detective, Scarlett replied:
I’ve always watched crime shows and I thought it would be cool to be a detective.
- Scarlett Doumato
As one user noted in a comment, "I absolutely love this!! Thank you Chief Benson for going above & beyond to keep the magic of Christmas alive. I have no doubt that your findings will come back as Santa Claus & one of his amazing reindeers. This world needs to hear more of these heartwarming stories."
On Christmas morning, Scarlett Doumato took a break from playing with her new toys, marched into the kitchen, returned with plastic bags and started collecting evidence, the half-eaten Oreo and a pair of munched-on carrots she’d left for Santa and his reindeer the night before.
Scarlett, a 10-year-old from Cumberland, R.I., could see teeth marks in both. But neither she nor her parents could prove that the person who ate the cookie was Santa or that the reindeer were the ones that chomped on the baby carrots.
Scarlett decided to call for backup. so, that girl sends half-eaten cookie to police for a DNA test to prove Santa is real.