Keep an eye out for runners, walkers and cyclists on Thursday.
Members of Waterloo Regional Police and Special Olympians will be out taking part in the 32nd annual Law Enforcement Torch Run.
Between 9:45 a.m. and 12 p.m., they will travel different routes throughout Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge to help raise awareness and funds for the upcoming Special Olympics.
43 kilometres will be covered throughout the day.
"The Special Olympic athletes are a true inspiration to the Waterloo Regional Police Service and to our community," Police Chief Bryan Larkin said in a release.
"The partnership we have with Special Olympics Ontario is important because it provides an opportunity to showcase the incredible talent of the athletes while helping to break down barriers associated with intellectual disabilities." he added.
Runners, walkers and cyclists will be participating in the @torchrunontario and travel several different routes throughout Kitchener, Waterloo and Cambridge to help raise awareness and funds @SOOntario. A total of 43 kilometres will be covered throughout the day. pic.twitter.com/Y1c0s2XzK7— Waterloo Regional Police (@WRPSToday) May 30, 2019
Thank you to everyone who participated in today's @torchrunontario in support of @SOOntario. By working together, we can help enrich the lives of athletes with physical & intellectual disabilities by providing opportunities for them to participate in their chosen sport. #BeBrave pic.twitter.com/ltMfLAgP3R— Waterloo Regional Police (@WRPSToday) May 30, 2019