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Shop owner creates T-shirts, proceeds support Cpl. Kelly

EASTON, Pa. - There's been an outpouring of support for a Pennsylvania State Trooper who was shot in the line of duty in Northampton County.

Corporal Seth Kelly was shot Nov. 7 and is currently listed in stable condition.

Shortly after the incident, an Easton T-shirt shop owner says he was approached about making a 'Kelly Strong' shirt.

Emad Ragheb said part of the proceeds from each shirt go to the Kelly family. So far, the shirt sales have raised about $3,000.

"It's not just like one person doing one thing, there are a lot of people outside trying to help as much as they can,” Ragheb said.

You can purchase the shirts on Etsy.

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