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SF Police Officers Support The Fight Against Breast Cancer

October 19, 2012, 4:34 PM

SF Police Officers Support The Fight Against Breast Cancer
SIOUX FALLS, SD -

Sioux Falls' men and women in blue are going pink for breast cancer awareness.

Police officers are wearing pink t-shirts under their uniforms this month to show their support.

Normally, officers must wear a black or navy colored t-shirt. And nobody seems to be minding a brighter wardrobe.  

"There's a lot of guys that have been all for it and have been wearing them all day. And there are still guys who purchased shirts, but maybe for their wives and kids," officer Michelle Paulsen said.

Paulsen was the driving force behind this. She says she recently lost her aunt to breast cancer.

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