WINSLOW TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — A boy who bought lunch for some New Jersey officers earlier this month was surprised with his very own police cruiser.

The Winslow Township Police Department made 5-year-old William Evertz an honorary officer, giving the young boy a police badge after he bought sandwiches out his own allowance and dropped them off to “his heroes” on the force.

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But the department didn’t stop there. To repay the act of kindness, they gave their friend his very own police cruiser.

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The surprise was all captured on video. Evertz waits excitedly with his mom as sirens whir and a fleet of cars pull up outside of his house.

He helps Lt. George Smith open the back of one of the vehicles to unveil the miniature replica of a Winslow Township Police car, complete with sirens.

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The 5-year-old checks out his new set of wheels and then took his new car for a spin!