Toys for Tots: Woman on video was volunteer
FAIRLESS HILLS, Pa. - December 4, 2013 (WPVI) -- The Toys for Tots organization said on Wednesday that a woman seen on surveillance video picking up toys from a local store was, in fact, one of their volunteers.
It all happened at Wings-to-Go in Fairless Hills, Pa.
The managers there said they were told by Toys for Tots that the woman was not one of their volunteers.
The video showed a woman walking up to the Toys for Tots bin inside the shop. She looks around, reaches inside the box, pulls out at least two toys, and casually walks out.
After the story aired on Tuesday night, a number of people came out to donate more toys.
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