Cops grieve Krispy Kreme Doughnuts lost in NYE truck fire: 'No words'

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Three Kentucky police officers had some fun to end as they "mourned" the loss of a doughnut truck that had caught fire. Their post included photos of the blackened side of the truck and officers jokingly mourning the truck's loss.

The Lexington Police Department tweeted pictures of a burned-out Krispy Kreme truck along with their devastated reactions.

The department captioned the photographs with, "No words".

The University of Kentucky Police Department chimed in with a message of support.

'We feel your loss.

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Doughnut distress that struck the Lexington Police Department earlier this week will be remedied by Krispy Kreme.

Officers rushed to the scene near Man o' War Boulevard and Pink Pigeon Parkway and were able to quickly put the fire out, WKYT reported. "We donut know what else to say", the post read.

As of Tuesday night, the post had been retweeted more than 16,000 times.

"It's a cop thing", the Cincinnati police department tweeted.