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Jeweler Finds Unique Way to Honor Police Detective Who Died of Cancer (VIDEO)

He offered a one-of-a-kind tribute ahead of Detective Matt Young’s funeral.

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A jeweler in Wichita, KS, found a unique way to honor a local police detective who died of pancreatic cancer.

Jewelry Savers of Wichita offered to polish the badges of officers planning to attend the funeral of Detective Matt Young, KWCH-TV reports. His funeral was held Oct. 5.

“The small things that we can do, polishing a badge, anything that can help, we’ll make this work for them,” said Ryan Cuttler of Jewelry Savers.

Young was 49.

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