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Girl, 4, asks police officer to help look for, get rid of monsters in new home

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What do you do when you’re four years old and think there are monsters in the house you just moved into? Call the police, of course.

Sidney Fahrenbruch, 4, recently moved into a new home with her parents in Longmont, Colo. Sidney was certain there were monsters creeping about.

“I heard sounds when people weren’t up,” Sidney said to Fox News affiliate, KDVR.

According to KDVR, the young girl was worried the monsters would harm her and her family at night.

Sidney decided to take matters into her own hands by asking Master Police Officer David Bonday for some help.

“We had met two weeks earlier at a community event,” said Bonday to Global News in a telephone interview. “Sidney asked if I would be willing to hunt for monsters with her. In my 20 plus years [on the job] I’ve never done it before, so I absolutely took her up on it.”
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So on July 23, Bunday paid a visit to the Fahrenbruch’s home to help search the house for any dangerous monsters that may have been hiding.

“When I showed up, [Sidney] met me out front…and led me into the house. I handed her my flashlight and she took off,” said Bonday.

Sidney and Bonday searched the home inside and out for 20 minutes.

The house search didn’t turn up anything, reassuring Sidney that she, and her family, were safe.

However, if they had encountered any monsters, Sidney had a plan.

“She told me if we found a monster she would ‘punch them in the face,'” said Bonday.

Sidney’s mother, Megan Fahrenbruch, told KDVR her daughter was thankful for the help of the officer.

“It made a lasting impression on the both of us,” said Bonday.

Fahrenbruch says searching for monsters gave her daughter confidence. And now, Sidney wants to be a cop when she’s older and help others look for monsters as well.

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