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Police officers walking Route 66 to raise awareness for officer's memorial fund

Updated: May 7, 2010

Joplin police welcome two brothers in arms who are walking across the country for a cause.

Two police officers from Evansville, Indiana are walking Route 66 to raise awareness and donations for the "National Law Enforcement Officer's Memorial Fund".

Officers from the Joplin Police Department helped the men make their pass through Joplin.

The National Law Enforcement Fund helps remember officers who were killed in the line of duty.

Bryan Zeller and Randy Rolley say they wanted to do something they and their families could be proud of.  

The journey of the two men will end in southern California.

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