Cops were treated to cakes as part of a fundraising drive in memory of a police worker’s father who died from a brain tumour.
Sarah High wheeled a trolley full of sweet treats around the corridors and offices at Sutton police station for her Bandanas for Brian Tumour Day.
Also on her trolley were other goodies including The Brain Tumour Charity watches, pens, lanyards, pin badges and wristbands.
For Ms High, who works in the witness care unit, the charity is personal because she lost her dad Brian 13 years ago within three months of his being diagnosed with a brain tumour.
She said: “It's all about helping us beat the biggest cancer killer of the under 40s."
Her efforts during brain tumour awareness month have raised £279 so far.
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