(CBS DETROIT) — The Detroit City Council unanimously approved a resolution allowing Detroit police to donate used body armor to Ukraine.

The department filed a request asking to donate 154 bulletproof vests that would have been recycled.

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According to a report from Detroit Free Press, the city charter requires the city council to approve any sales or disposals of city-owned property. The equipment will be shipped through a nationwide effort along with other organizations.

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