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Officers on Dunkin' Donuts roof weren't looking for speeders

19 May 2017

A state-wide stakeout is taking place across Kansas Friday, as members of the law enforcement community are raising money for one very "special" cause.

"It's only our fourth year, but it's the 15th year that Dunkin' Donuts has partnered with police officers across the Midwest", Leipold said. Additional activities will vary by Dunkin' Donuts location.

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For almost 40 years, officers across the state of Kansas have raised money for Special Olympics and taken part in the annual Torch Run.

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"As a representative of the 5000 plus Special Olympics Kansas athletes, we appreciate all the support received from sponsors like Dunkin' Donuts", says Special Olympics Kansas athlete Josh Alters. In addition, each guest who visits a cop on a rooftop location today and makes a donation to the torch run will receive a free donut coupon.

Oh, and a couple of undercover cops out near the street...be careful, you could get clocked for speeding by a dancing donut and cavorting cup of coffee.

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Officers on Dunkin' Donuts roof weren't looking for speeders