A member of the public has written a thank you note to Cambridgeshire police following the death of PC Andrew Harper.
PC Harper from Thames Valley Police, was killed on duty when he attended a reported burglary in Berkshire on Thursday (August 15).
The incident occurred at the crossroads of Ufton Lane and Lambdens Hill, near to the village of Sulhamstead, police said.
Thames Valley Police said: "Tragically, PC Andrew Harper from the Roads Policing Proactive Unit based at Abingdon Police Station, who was attending a reported burglary, was killed while performing his duties".
On Friday (August 15), Cambridgeshire police flew its flag half-mast outside its HQ in memory of the fallen officer.
Following the officer's death, a member of the public gave a flower and a note to Cambridgeshire police in recognition of the work they do.
The force posted a picture of the note and a flower on Twitter.
The caption read: "This rose and note were left at Sawston station.
"The loss of a colleague is a poignant reminder for any officer but sincere acts of kindness from the public remind us why we do what we do.
"Thank you for your support. Our thoughts are with PC Harpers friends, family & colleagues&Read More – Source