people walking into the station, for one reason or another, was not entirely something new for anna to witness.
it happened more often than she thought it ever would when she had first become a cop and, truthfully, she supposed she didn't mind it all that much, especially on the boring days, the days when things were too slow and she was desperate for something to do, someone to talk to, for whatever reason, instead of spending her time staring at yet another piece of paper that needed to be filed, filled out, sent to another department or some combination of the three.
lately, boring days were more frequent than days that were jam packed with things to do. part of anna didn't mind the boring days at all, it was occasionally nice to not have to be constantly on the move but, eventually, sitting around and doing next to nothing made her feel restless and today, as expected, had been one of those days. her attention, however, had been caught by a person loitering near the door of the station and, from where she was sitting, it looked like they were confused or lost or...something similar, really she couldn't tell just by looking at them.
but, whatever they were feeling, they looked like they needed help.
pushing herself out of her chair, she made her way over to the person standing near the door, taking caution to do so. while she didn't think she was in any imminent danger, it never hurt to be careful anyways, just in case. "hey there," she raised a hand in a half wave as she spoke in an attempt to get their attention, "is there anything i can help you with?"