Salvation Army says nothing missing from trailer
FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) -- There is good news for the local Salvation Army after someone stole a trailer full of donated goods from the charity organization.
The 40-foot trailer was found parked off Blackstone Avenue in Northeast Fresno.
About five-thousand dollars in donations needed to run many of the Salvation Army's programs were still inside.
Employees opened the trailer this afternoon and say nothing is missing.
In the meantime police are still investigating how and why the trailer was stolen.
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