Thieves Steal Tools from South Jersey Non-Profit, Habitat for Humanity
Someone stole tools and equipment from a construction site where the South Jersey non-profit, Habitat for Humanity, builds homes for those in need.
First, I would like to say who the hell steals from a nonprofit?! Now, that that's out of the way, NJ.com reports these 'cold-hearted' thieves stole from the Salem County chapter on Monday.
Reportedly, when they returned to the construction site, they discovered the heavy-duty lock on their trailer was broken. These thieves stole $4,000 worth of tools that was given to Habitat as a grant. Among these tools were saws, drills, drivers, chargers, and wrenches - all things necessary to complete their project.
Until their supply is restored, Habitat is unable to complete the two new homes in Pittsgrove Township.
For now, NJSP are investigating the situation but anyone interested in helping to replenish the supply can contact Habitat at 856-299-7995, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Read the full details on NJ.com. I hope they catch those responsible right away. Thanks to them there's families who have to wait longer for a new home.
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