"Rockford Police Assistant Deputy Chief Pat Hoey says, "[We're] asking people that come through the drive-thru and the store to make a donation to Special Olympics".
Police officers stood on the roof of the Dunkin' Donuts and in the drive-thru line, collecting donations for the cause.
Each person who donates will get a coupon for a free donut., and a $10 donation will get you a free coffee mug. Guests could donate from 5 a.m.to 2 p.m. Friday.
13 News was live at the Topeka Dunkin' Donuts location, near 21st and Gage. Special Olympics athletes and their families will join police officers and rise to the occasion to show their support.
This year, for the first time, police officers in Kansas, Ohio, Missouri, Kentucky and Pennsylvania will join officers in IL to support Special Olympics in their own states.
Local law enforcement officers invaded Dunkin Donuts today for something other than their favorite breakfast food.