MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Police in northern Minnesota received a heartfelt apology letter Friday from a child after he prank called 911 multiple times.

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The Beltrami County Sheriff’s Office says that prank calling 911 is a serious matter, and they are glad the young caller learned from his actions and feels remorse.

Authorities sent back a letter accepting the child’s apology letter and made sure to let him know the Beltrami police are still his friend.

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“Parents please talk to you children about appropriate 911 use,” Beltrami Police said. “Also know that the cell phone you don’t use anymore and hand off to a child as a toy can still call 911 if it can power on.”