Police in Lexington, Kentucky are in mourning, after a doughnut truck caught fire as it was passing through the town.
Crews were able to extinguish the fire shortly after, but the responding officers took the loss pretty hard.
The department captioned the photographs with, "No words". Lexington police shared images of saddened police officers standing in front of the scorched vehicle on their social media accounts.
Other bereaved parties quickly chimed in, including the Louisville Metro Police Department, which offered "prayers to LPD as they deal with this loss".
Police seen at Hannover Airport after auto drives through gate
It has been reported that the man arrested, aged in his mid-20s, tested positive for amphetamine and cocaine. Hanover airport resumed operations at about 20:05 (1905 GMT)", Hanover police tweeted on Saturday.
Police tell LEX 18 that there were donuts in the back of the truck and they have all been lost.
"It's a cop thing", the Cincinnati police department tweeted.