The Salvation Army experiences another break in the pantry at Corpus Christi

Captain Patrick Gesner said this was the fifth time in the past two years that the Salvation Army had seen this.

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas – Salvation Army workers found the pantry at 521 Josephine Street broken into again this morning.

Captain Patrick Gesner said this is the fifth time in the past two years that the Salvation Army has seen this. Captain Gesner added that the family thrift store was also split three times last year.

SA officials said the property is being examined for other thefts that may have occurred; Security material is also checked.

“We are an organization that helps individuals and families in need in our community,” said Captain Gesner. “When something like this happens, we need to spend extra funds to repair or repair the damage. These are funds that could be used to help a family or veteran in need. This is very frustrating for us as an organization. “

Anyone with any information is encouraged to call Corpus Christi Police at (361) 886-2600.

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