INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A sign to identify a new local food pantry in a fallen officer's name was dedicated Thursday.
The official dedication for a food pantry sign named in Officer David Moore's honor was dedicated on Virginia Avenue.
The David S. Moore Foundation and partners of St. Joan of Arc Holly Family Ministry and Community Court in Fountain Square dedicated and placed the David S. Moore Food Pantry sign.
Officer Moore was shot and killed in January 2011.
Moore's father, retired IPD Officer Spencer Moore told 24-Hour News 8 last month, "He loved the people of this community, he loved to serve them and in death I am going to try to make sure he continues to serve at least in name. I can't tell you how important this is. This one here is really close to my heart because it really shows the people in this city and the law enforcement family do really care."
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