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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
The police station is the place to go for LEGO City adventure! The brave officers are ready to fight crime with their police helicopter, van, and cycle. Launch the copter from the heliport, then bring the crook back to jail. Monitor the city from the control room and send out the police at the first sign of trouble! * New feature! Press down the head of the police officer to make his flashlight light up! * Move the heliport platform so the helicopter can take off and land. * Features police helicopter, van & cycle. * Includes 4 officers, crook & police dog.
Evil-doers beware! The Lego City Police Station is ready for operation. This Lego set includes kids need to build, run, and have fun with their own police station -- including officers, robbers, and K-9s.
Having won numerous accolades, including the National Parenting Center's Seal of Approval and the "Greatest Products of 2005" award from iParenting Media, this toy lives up to the quality and reputation of Lego. With 597 Lego pieces, this set teaches kids creative building skills while they have fun. The durable plastic Lego brick stands up to a lifetime of play. Step-by-step diagrams are included, which detail the model construction.
The world-famous building block set encourages a unique type of play that is fun, creative, engaging, and challenging. Taking its name from an abbreviation of two Danish words, "leg godt," meaning "play well," LEGO has been inspiring children and adults to do just that since 1932. Seventy-five years later, LEGO is one of the world's largest toy manufacturers, with products sold in 130 countries.
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City police station set with 597 pieces, including helicopter, motorcycle, van, 5 officers, 2 police dogs, and 2 robbers.
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The Lego City Police Station was a lot of fun for my daughter and me to put together. There are a lot of small pieces but that is the nature of Lego's.Published on January 9, 2007 by J. Smith