Police send condolences to officers mourning burned Krispy Kreme truck

Roman Schwartz
January 5, 2019

Krispy Kreme delivered dozens of doughnuts to a Kentucky police station Wednesday afternoon after a viral tweet showed officers mourning the loss of pastries from a auto fire earlier this week.

The investigation into the fire is ongoing as the cause is unknown.

The Krispy Kreme truck caught fire Monday in Lexington, and the local police mocked themselves by posting images of officers mourning the loss of doughnuts.

Soon enough, other police departments from around the USA responded to the incident, too.

And the New York Police Department said they were ready to help, saying they were sending backup donuts.

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"No words", the tweet captioned.

The Lexington Herald-Leader reports the company and a police escort delivered dozens of doughnuts to the city police department Wednesday afternoon. "We feel your loss".

The sentiment was shared by the Toledo Police Department, who added: 'Hang in there, 2019 will get better'. We donut know what else to say, ' said the United Kingdom police.

Mississippi's Oxford Police Department also posted their own gif, along with the Southport officers. 'We hope you like sprinkles'.

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