Adorable little boy opens 'donut shop' to thank hero cops

A six-year-old boy who wants to become a police officer is showing his appreciation in his own special way.

Oliver Davis lives in Kansas and said while other kids look up to Spider-Man or the Hulk, it's the boys in blue who are the greatest heroes to him.

To celebrate their contributions to the community, Oliver decided to give the officers some Vitamin "O" by opening his very own donut shop on his street.

He handed out refreshments and those delicious donuts to officers in the area.

Oliver said he wants to spread a message of gratitude to the men and women in uniform.

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