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A group of Grinches stole Christmas from hundreds of less-fortunate children in Washington State on Tuesday, reportedly making off with scores of bikes and helmets.
Waste management company Waste Connections of Washington had raised more than $55,000 to buy about 700 new bikes and helmets for children in Clark County this Christmas.
The article goes on to state the following:
The bikes were going to be assembled this Saturday — until organizers discovered this week that someone broke into the trailer holding the bikes and stole about 200 of them.
“Heartbreaking to be honest,” said Waste Connections of Washington’s Cyndi Holloway about her feelings when she found out about the theft, FOX12 Oregon reported. “It was heartbreaking, to say the least. I think it is more heartbreaking that you are taking from the kids.”
200 bikes and helmets intended for Clark County kids were stolen early this morning from a locked trailer parked in the back of a Vancouver Walmart.
Donations to The Scott Campbell Christmas Promise helped buy the bikes. Each one had already been promised to a Clark County kid pic.twitter.com/ChecGWTtdE
— Devon Haskins (@devonhaskins) December 4, 2018
Overnight, thieves stole upwards of 200 bikes from a locked trailer at the Wal-Mart at SE 192nd Ave/Mill Plain in Vancouver. Volunteers have been busy all night trying to get more bikes. The ones stolen were meant for kids across Clark Co (these pics from past events) #KOIN6News pic.twitter.com/l3fK3Rp66I
— Cole Miller (@ColeKOIN) December 5, 2018
— Catherine Van (@cat08van) December 5, 2018
— KGW News (@KGWNews) December 5, 2018
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