Deborah Cannon/AMERICAN-STATESMAN Texas quarterback Colt McCoy speaks during a Fiesta Bowl news conference in Scottsdale, Arizona on Wednesday, December 31, 2008.

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Colt McCoy surprises Leander Police Department with donuts

Posted July 27th, 2016

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Update: Looks like Colt McCoy didn’t forget about the city that made him famous, either. The former Longhorn QB also sent some delicious, gluten-filled rings to Austin Police Department, according to Twitter.

Earlier: Cops love donuts. So does former Texas quarterback Colt McCoy.

It only makes sense, then, that a thoughtful note from McCoy to the Leander Police Department arrived with a stack of Dunkin Donuts. The LPD took to their Facebook page Tuesday to share a picture of the note thanking the officers for “all that you do for the community” and calling the job “both honorable and commendable.”

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Three boxes of donuts are pictured. All glazed? Variety? No word yet.

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The department captioned the photo with a tongue-in-cheek, “What made you think of donuts?” McCoy invested in 24 Dunkin Donut establishments planned for Austin years back.

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