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TEXAS CITY, Texas (FOX 26) – A nonprofit that’s helped many families impacted by Hurricane Harvey was hit by thieves.
Someone stole one of their trailers with more than $10,000 worth of tools and equipment inside.
Jimmy Elmore, Operations Director of Fuller Center Disaster ReBuilders, says a truck with two men pulled up to a Texas City house that was being worked on, the men hooked up the trailer and drove off in just minutes. The whole things was caught on video.
If you recognize the truck or have any information that can help solve the case, call Mainland Communities Crime Stoppers at (409)945-8477.