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Duluth Police Chief Gordon Ramsay (left), along with officers Ken Zwak, who holds the torch, and Dan Chicos, take off on their annual run of the Special Olympics torch through the city to promote the upcoming state track and field and gymnastics meet. (Bob King / rking@duluthnews.com)

Duluth police lend ‘moral support’ and more to Special Olympics

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The truck parked in front of Duluth City Hall on Friday morning said “Duluth Police Tactical Response Team.” There was no emergency, but police were up to some unusual tactics. They gathered on the steps for another run with the Special Olympics torch that signals the Minnesota Summer Games, set to take place next week in Stillwater.

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