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4-year-old gives back to officer who helps her hunt for monsters in new home

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LONGMONT, Colorado -

NBC - Moving into a new home at 4-years-old can be scary, especially if you're afraid of monsters. 

4-year-old Sidney Fahrenbruch developed a bond with police officers in Longmont, Colorado after one of them helped her check her family's new home for monsters, at her request. 

Sidney and Officer Dave Bonday did a thorough sweep of the home and yard to make sure it was safe for her family to move in. 

Later, she learned that one of the officers in the department is battling pancreatic cancer. 

Sidney wanted to help in any way she could, to repay them for their monster hunting expertise. 

She donated the money from her piggy bank to the department's upcoming fundraiser for the officer. 

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