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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which is an annual campaign to increase awareness of the disease. The men and women of the Milford Police Department are continuing to support the effort this year by once again going pink. This year we will be selling limited edition Audie K9 stuffed animals, t-shirts, pink police patches, and hats at the Milford Police Department at 400 Northeast Front Street while supplies last. The patches can be purchased for $10.00, the hats for $20.00, or both can be purchased for $25.00. We also have a limited amount of t-shirts for sale for $20.00 (only in XXL and XXXL, no other sizes). New this year we will be selling the Audie K9 stuffed animals for $20.00. These will be cash only sales with all profits being donated to the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition. If you’re interested in supporting this initiative, these items can be purchased by contacting Lt. David Wells Monday through Friday between 8a-4p. Please take time to join us in fighting this disease. If you wish to learn more please check out the Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition at http://www.debreastcancer.org/

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