TThe Salvation Army in New Mexico is somewhat experiencing its own Christmas miracle.
Residents of New Mexico came to their aid after the theft of a Salvation Army truck full of toys.
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A 2011 Toyota Sienna was Fly Tuesday night in Farmington, New Mexico, with over $ 6,000 in donated toys stored inside. Rockwell alleges that a pickpocket likely stole the vehicle keys while a Salvation Army employee was in a store.
Since the theft, local Salvation Army organizers have come out to replace donations, asking residents to replace what was stolen. Respondents donated “lots of toys, lots of clothes” as well as hygiene products and money to cover lost costs.
The audience’s response revealed “the compassion and heart people have for one another here,” Rockwell said. “It is a huge blessing beyond comprehension.”
The police were able identify the suspect behind Saturday’s robbery as Anthony Crespin, 37, and said an arrest warrant had been issued for Crespin.
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Sunday morning, no arrest had been made and the van had not been located.
The Salvation Army faces pressure across the United States as it struggles to fill volunteer time slots and donations. This struggle appears to correlate with the Christian nonprofit group’s decision to publish a guidebook on racism. The guide was later took of after filing complaints.