Thieves target nonprofit: $4K in school supplies, food taken from The Salvation Army
By Megan Hadley West Hawaii Today email@example.com | Tuesday, August 2, 2022, 12:05 a.m.
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Keiki pick out backpacks during The Salvation Army Kona Corps’s Back-to-School Supply Drive distribution event in August 2021. On Friday, just days before public school students returned to classrooms Monday, The Salvation Army Kona Corps discovered its headquarters on Kalani Street had been forcibly entered and thousands of dollars in supplies and food removed. (Courtesy photos/Special to West Hawaii Today)
A crowbar was used to enter The Salvation Army Kona Corps building on Kalani Street.