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Story and photography by Magen Estep

South Central Kentucky Crime Stoppers held their annual event, Feed the Force, on Wednesday, April 13th, at the SoKy Marketplace. Law enforcement from agencies all across South Central Kentucky were in attendance and enjoyed lunch from local food trucks. Crime Stoppers relies on the cooperation between police, the media and the public to continue a fl ow of information about cases to solve as many cases as possible. All of the money raised through sponsors and attendees of the event went directly to Crime Stoppers. For more information about South Central Kentucky Crime Stoppers or to submit a tip, visit www.781clue.com.

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