Thunder Bay Habitat For Humanity Halted by Theft

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Truck recovered… Thunder Bay Operations

THUNDER BAY – Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay is happy to announce that the truck reported stolen from its ReStore parking lot on Friday night, has been located. This morning,  Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay, CEO, Diane Mitchell made a plea to the public for assistance in finding the silver Dodge pick-up truck.

Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay is happy to announce that the truck reported stolen from its ReStore parking lot on Friday night, has been located. This morning,  Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay, CEO, Diane Mitchell made a plea to the public for assistance in finding the silver Dodge pick-up truck.

Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay is happy to announce that the truck reported stolen from its ReStore parking lot on Friday night, has been located. This morning,  Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay, CEO, Diane Mitchell made a plea to the public for assistance in finding the silver Dodge pick-up truck.

 

Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay is happy to announce that the truck reported stolen from its ReStore parking lot on Friday night, has been located. This morning,  Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay, CEO, Diane Mitchell made a plea to the public for assistance in finding the silver Dodge pick-up truck.

 

Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay is happy to announce that the truck reported stolen from its ReStore parking lot on Friday night, has been located. This morning,  Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay, CEO, Diane Mitchell made a plea to the public for assistance in finding the silver Dodge pick-up truck.

 

Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay is making a plea to the community in hopes to locate a work vehicle that was stolen from the ReStore. The silver, three-quarter ton Dodge pick-up truck, was taken from the Habitat for Humanity Restore location on Squier Street late Friday night, putting a major wrench in general operations.

Habitat for Humanity Thunder Bay, CEO, Diane Mitchell, says; “Without this truck our team cannot do any of our daily tasks. We have had to completely stop deconstruction projects, salvages, pick-ups and deliveries. We are asking the community to help us locate the truck so we can resume operations.” 

The Habitat for Humanity ReStore makes up 50% of the not-for-profit’s total operating budget.

The organization is currently experiencing its highest number of salvages, with all materials from the projects contributing to the inventory being sold at the ReStore. Mitchell continues; “I am fearful that the missing truck will impact family home builds for the upcoming year in terms of funding. Someone must have seen the vehicle. The truck is covered in Habitat for Humanity ReStore logos.” 

Anyone with information about the location of the ReStore truck is being asked to contact the Thunder Bay Police.

Anyone with information about this theft are asked to contact the Thunder Bay Police at 684-1200 or Crime Stoppers at 623-8477 or www.tipsubmit.com.

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