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Aurora 911 pencil-toppers will erase small mistakes: Kenny Be's back-to-school supplies

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Aurora policemen are known the world over for their ability to turn crime prevention into a joy ride through Wyoming. Now students can share in the fun of erasing small mistakes with oversized Aurora 911 pencil-top erasers... As illustrated above, the Aurora 911 eraser set features three pencil-top erasers shaped like popular Aurora cops and a superior green plastic eraser to remove more stubborn mistakes.

The four erasers come packaged in a printed blister card which features a portrait of Aurora Police Chief Daniel Oates and are flexible, soft and safe. Caution: choking hazard -- small parts. Not suitable for children under eight years old.

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