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Cumberland County Sheriff's 5K Fugitive Run

The goal of this race is to promote community involvement and interaction, as well as raising money for a local charitable organization. The event provides many of the amenities found at other large road races and attracted both runners and walkers alike.

The race holds a strong public safety participation, with the presentation of the “Sheriff’s Cup” to the public safety agency (police, fire/rescue, corrections, prosecutors) with the best cumulative finishing times (minimum of 3 runners to qualify for trophy). In 2012, the Sheriff’s Office has selected Cumberland County Sheriffs Office Police Athletic League as its charitable recipient.

Saturday, April 28, 2012 in Gorham, ME

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