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Rip-Q donates custom designed car wrap to the Warm Springs police department.

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Brandon Searcy, left, hands the car back over to Kevin o'Brein, the school resource and D.A.R.E. officer, right, after finishing up the wrap job.The Warm Springs Police Department D.A.R.E. car is looking sharp, with bold colors creating a feather background for the logo and a detailed headdress on the front.

Brandon Searcy, owner operator of RipQ Signs and Graphics, designed the new look for the car and donated the job to the police department as a way to help out.

Searcy said, "They asked me if I would wrap it and I told them, because it was a good cause, that I would just donate it."DESIREE BERGSTROM/MADRAS PIONEER - Brandon Searcy finishes up the wrap on the Warm Springs D.A.R.E car, using a torch to heat up the decal and move it around to get it placed correctly.

The total project would usually run somewhere around $1,000 and is what Searcy calls a partial wrap, meaning that some of the original paint is still exposed.

Kevin O'Brien, the school resource and D.A.R.E. officer picked up the car Friday.

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