MIT Officer Sean Collier honored at annual 9/11 Memorial Baseball Tournament in Farmingdale

MIT officers were on hand today to help honor fellow officer 27-year-old Sean Collier, who was murdered by one of the Boston bombing suspects.

MIT officers were on hand today to help honor fellow officer 27-year-old Sean Collier, who was murdered by one of the Boston bombing suspects. (7/27/13)

FARMINGDALE - A special ceremony honoring the MIT police officer who was killed after the Boston Marathon bombing was held today during the Farmingdale 9/11 Memorial Baseball Tournament.

MIT officers were on hand today to help honor fellow officer 27-year-old Sean Collier, who officials say was fatally shot by one of the Boston bombing suspects.

Nassau police presented the MIT police department with a check for $5,000.

Money donated at today’s event will go to the Sean Collier Foundation.

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