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BETHLEHEM, Pa. - The body of a Washington state police officer gunned down in late last month is back in his Pennsylvania hometown.
     
The body of Sgt. Mark Renninger returned to his native Bethlehem on Wednesday night. Renninger was one of four officers fatally shot Nov. 29 in an ambush at a coffee shop near Tacoma, Wash.

Authorities say the officers were killed by Maurice Clemmons, who was shot to death himself two days later by a Seattle police officer.
     
Funeral services for Renninger are scheduled for Friday morning at Lehigh University's Stabler Arena.

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