Salvation Army: Impostors going door-to-door asking for donations

Salvation Army: Impostors going door-to-door asking for donations

The Salvation Army is warning residents after getting reports of two people going door-to-door and soliciting donations in Garden City.

Police Chief Brian Podany says the theft happened Tuesday around 2:30 p.m.

"Being able to pay with a card, you're not getting rid of physical money so you don't really think much about it, but when you're you know taking money from yourself or whatever you're noticing that there is money missing", said Johnson. "We have a 31-bed shelter here in town, a food pantry, utility, rental assistance program and many others as well", White said. Once the kettle comes loose, they take the kettle and run off.

Blaine police have posted the footage and a photo of the suspects' vehicle on the department's Facebook page. But the suspects face charges that include theft, felony possession of theft tools and damage to property.

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The Salvation Army of Charleston is lacking donations this year with their Red Kettle Campaign.

The employee also told police the bell ringer should not have been able to sign out a kettle since he was sacked for failure to show up on time.

"What I'm telling my bell ringers and my volunteers is that it's a real sign of approval", he said.

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