LEBANON, Pa. (WHTM) — The Lebanon City Police Department will have a procession for fallen officer Lieutenant William Lebo on Saturday morning.

The procession will be leaving the Lehigh Valley Hospital at approximately 10:30 a.m. and will be arriving at Christman’s Funeral Home at 226 Cumberland Street in Lebanon City. The route will travel westbound on I-78 then southbound on State Route 501, then westbound on State Route 422.

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Police agencies wishing to join are asked to stage at Lehigh Valley Hospital or join the procession en route to the funeral home.

abc27 photojournalist Justin Raub was in Lebanon as hundreds of people line the route to honor Lt. Lebo as the procession makes its way into the city. You can watch a short video of the procession in the player above.

 The Lebanon County District Attorney’s Office says Lt. William Lebo was one month away from retirement when he was fatally shot on March 31.

The District Attorney’s Office says Lt. Lebo was 64-years-old and served his community for 40 years. He was set to officially retire on May 1, 2022.

abc27 will provide updates as they become available.