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In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, around two weeks ago, more than 1,000 dollars' worth of donated toys, bikes, and dolls that had been collected by a motorcyclists' rights group to give to poor kids were stolen from a storage shed, the bikers said on their website.
Thieves have also struck at charities' toy depots in Kansas, Illinois, and New York, where the Salvation Army of Ithaca and Tompkins County had hundreds of toys stolen just weeks before Christmas.
Originally posted by Raist
reply to post by juzchilln
Yes because there is a logical explanation for the stealing of a large number of toys. I mean they are ever so needed to get through one’s daily dealings with life.
There is nothing the media could do to not make people get upset with this.
Toys were stolen from a charity for underprivileged kids. You know kids who are going to get nothing at all while some of their friends get something. These are kids who might not even have a toy to their name. While toys and playing might not be super important to life it is somewhat important to development in many ways. Adults (you know those who did the stealing) don’t need toys. There is only one reason that such a number of toys would be taken, simple greed.
I say let the crowd get the torches as you like to say. What excuse are you going to give for stealing toys from charity? God forbid if people want a criminal to be punished for their crimes.