Police hang out on top of Dunkin Donuts to raise money for Special Olympics

MOLINE, Ill. (KWQC) - The rainy weather did not stop the Moline Police Department Friday.

Police officers stood on top of Dunkin Donuts on the Avenue of the Cities in Moline to raise money for the Special Olympics Illinois.

"It's important to us to make a difference and to give back a little bit to the community, and Special Olympics is a really important and big way to do that for us," said Nate Hoover of the Moline Police Department.

Hoover said their goal this year was to raise around $3,000.

Police chiefs all across Illinois decided to donate to Special Olympics Illinois this year. Everyone who made a donation received a coupon for a free doughnut.