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11th Annual Hot Pursuit 5-K

Runners got their start at the World Gospel Church, making their way through the city. All of the money raised will go toward training, equipment, and the Indiana C.O.P.S. Fund.
Terre Haute police officers took to the streets this morning, but not in their squad cars.

Saturday was THPD's annual Hot Pursuit 5-K run.
   
Runners got their start at the World Gospel Church, making their way through the city.
   
All of the money raised will go toward training, equipment, and the Indiana C.O.P.S. Fund.
   
Those involved say it's a great way to get donations for the department, and bring the community together.

"When we started out, it was just more of a run, but now it's become like a family-friendly event. People are bringing their kids out and it's a great time for our community and law enforcement to come together and just have a great morning," said Sgt. Mike McGuire.

This was the 11th year for the Hot Pursuit race.

Officials say hundreds came out to show their support, bringing in over $15,000 for the department.
   
Plans for next year's run are already underway.

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