Cops stake out Dunkin' Donuts rooftops to raise funds, awareness for Special Olympics Illinois

Hundreds of law enforcement officers throughout Illinois are staking out on Dunkin' Donuts rooftops to benefit the Special Olympics Illinois on Friday.

Police officers are scheduled to cover more than 170 Dunkin' Donuts rooftops. The goal is to raise awareness and donations for the Law Enforcement Torch Run that benefits Special Olympics Illinois. This is the 13th year that officers throughout Illinois are collaborating for the cause.

More than $1.6-million has been raised from this event over the last 11 years.

Some of the locations for the event, dubbed "Cops on Top," include the following:

5 am, Deerfield
499 Lake Cook Rd.
*Attorney General Lisa Madigan, former Bulls player and radio commentator Bill Wennington and Benny the Bull will participates at 8am.

5 am - 2 pm, Homer Glen
14135 S. Bell Rd.

5 am - 2 pm, Gurnee
5414 Rt. 132

5 am - 2 pm, Park Ridge
1129 W. Touhy,
2606 W. Dempster
742 W. Higgins

5 am - 2 pm, Palos Park
11901 80th Ave.
13029 S. LaGrange Rd.

5 am - 2 pm, Romeoville
239 S. Weber

530 am - 2 pm, Niles
7039 W. Dempster
7525 N. Harlem
7235 N. Caldwell

6 am - 2 pm, Schaumburg
477 W. Golf Rd.
1440 N. Meacham Rd.

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