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Context: A police assistant working in the US contacts someone in the Canadian police and asks them to check something for them. The Canadian police calls the police assistant back later with some information. The police assistant goes to his boss and says:

Our colleagues in Canada just got back to us with some information.


1) Is "got back to" natural in the context?

2) Is the dialog sentence grammatically correct and natural?

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