INDIANAPOLIS - Support for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department (IMPD) is pouring in from as far away as Australia after IMPD Ofc. Perry Renn's death.
The Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) has sold close to 7,000 T-shirts in honor of the fallen officer.
People from 43 states and four countries have donated.
Ofc. Renn's widow, Lynn Sappenfield-Renn, was among a group of volunteers mailing T-shirts this week.
She tells RTV6 the outpouring of support has been healing. She added it's comforting to know her husband's tragedy will help other officers through the funds raised.
You can buy a T-shirt online here.
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