ENFIELD, Conn. (WTNH) - Enfield Connecticut Police officers have joined the national craze circulating around Facebook: the #lipsyncchallenge.
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Many officers in other state departments have posted videos of themselves jamming out in their patrol cars. Officers Ryan and Austin from Enfield Police Department had some fun this Friday morning, lipsyncing to Justin Bieber's song, "What Do You Mean?"
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The Enfield Police Department posted the video on it's Facebook page.
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Enfield Police Department challenged East Windsor Police Department and Longmeadow Police Department to create their own lip sync video and have some fun.
On Friday afternoon, East Windsor police announced on Twitter that they will join Enfield in a lip sync battle.
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