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It's time for Operation Toy Drop!

South Alabama Sheriffs announce the 2nd annual "Operation Toy Drop" South Alabama Sheriffs announce the 2nd annual "Operation Toy Drop"
DOTHAN, AL (WSFA) -

Law enforcement agencies across Alabama are helping Santa out and working to bring Christmas a little early for hundreds of children.

It's the second annual "Operation Toy Drop," benefiting some of the most ill children in Alabama, as well as their families.

Reporter Hannah Lane spoke with local sheriffs to find out how you can help. She'll have plenty of details, including a list of toy supplies, coming up on First at Four.

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