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SLIDESHOW: Police Chase To Fight Pancreatic Cancer

Milford resident Garrett Coffin was the overall winner in a time of 19 minutes and 31 seconds.

More than 100 runners and walkers participated in the 8th Annual Framingham Police Chase for a Cure 5K Road Race Saturday morning. Credit: Larry Hendry
More than 100 runners and walkers participated in the 8th Annual Framingham Police Chase for a Cure 5K Road Race Saturday morning. Credit: Larry Hendry
More than 100 runners and walkers participated in the 8th Annual Framingham Police Chase for a Cure 5K Road Race Saturday morning. The 5K started and ended at Cushing Memorial Park.

The event, sponsored by the Framingham Police Association, raises funds to support the ​Pancreatic Cancer Action Network organization. The organization focuses on research, outreach and education for Pancreatic Cancer patients and their families.

Milford resident Garrett Coffin was the overall winner in a time of 19 minutes and 31 seconds. Coffin was also the best finisher, who is a first responder (police/fire).
 
The top female finisher was Dale Finger of Medway in 22 minutes and 20 seconds. The top female first responder was new Framingham Police Officer Shannon Burns at 26 minutes and 43 seconds.

The top youth finishers were:

Matthew Forde, age 10, of Natick at 22:29.
Keira Thomspon, 10, of Wellesley, 53:12

Teen category winners were:
Ryan McIrney, 11, of Framingham at 22:06
Emma Forde, 11 of Natick at 22:34

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Special Thanks to Framingham Police Detective Larry Hendry for the slideshow of photos from the 8th Annual Police Chase for a Cure.

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