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Cops and Robbers 5K Pursuit

The Wichita Falls Police Department is gearing up for their very first "Cops and Robbers 5K Pursuit."

The event kicks off at 10:00a.m. on November 9th at the MPEC.  You're invited to come dressed as your favorite cop or robber.

The cost for adults is just $30 and it's $20 for kids ages seven to 13.  Children age six and under get to participate for free.  The cost for all military, active or retired, is $25.

You can register the day of the race, but the price we be an additional $10 for all ages.

All proceeds from the event will help continue to support Wichita Falls Crime Stoppers.

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