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Families Invited to Child Safety Event in Lexington

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 1/07/2012 10:34 pm
Parents want to do what they can to keep their kids safe.

And that was the idea behind a special event Saturday in Lexington.

DNA Lifeprint Child Safety was free to families at Freedom Dodge-Chrysler.

The event invites kids of all ages to get their fingerprints and pictures taken.

They're recorded on a cd and given to parents along with a DNA kit parents.

And while the hope is that they'll never be used, organizers say the information can make a world of difference when a child is missing.

The 'DNA Lifeprint Child Safety' event is endorsed by the host of 'America's Most Wanted', John Walsh.
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