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PHOTOS: Torch Run lights flame for Special Olympics

The Duluth Police Department participated the in statewide event.

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Duluth Police Department investigator Ryan Temple, left, hands the torch to Mason Haley, 9, of Cloquet, at Duluth City Hall during the Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise awareness and funds for Special Olympics Minnesota on Wednesday. The Duluth Police Department joins other law enforcement personnel from across Minnesota in relaying the "Flame of Hope." Haley is the son of Duluth Police Department evidence specialist Jen Mangan.
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Mason Haley, 9, of Cloquet, leaps over plants on the edge of the sidewalk during the Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise awareness and funds for Special Olympics Minnesota on Wednesday in Duluth. The Law Enforcement Torch Run to raises awareness and funds for Special Olympics Minnesota.
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Carrying the torch Mason Haley, 9, of Cloquet, leads Duluth Police Department staff members Amy Brix, left, and his mother, Jen Mangan, while running during the Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise awareness and funds for Special Olympics Minnesota on Wednesday.
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Mason Haley, 9, from left, Jen Mangan, Amy Brix and Morgan Cekalla, run with the torch during the Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise awareness and funds for Special Olympics Minnesota on Wednesday in Duluth.
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Mason Haley, 9, of Cloquet, holds the torch during the Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise awareness and funds for Special Olympics Minnesota on Wednesday in Duluth.
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Shirts worn by members of the Duluth Police Department during the Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise awareness and funds for Special Olympics Minnesota on Wednesday.
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Amy Brix, from left, Mason Haley, 9, Morgan Cekalla and Jen Mangan, with the Duluth Police Department, run along Grand Avenue in West Duluth during the Law Enforcement Torch Run to raise awareness and funds for Special Olympics Minnesota on Wednesday.
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