Greater Manchester Police has again supported Key 103’s Cash For Kids Superhero Day.
The Force played its part on the day with traffic officers escorting the superhero convoy and members of the Tactical Aid Unit assisting Superboy and Batman in arrest of supervillain Bane who had stolen all the funds raised by the charity.
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