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Stolen Auburn Food Bank van remains missing; public’s help sought

  • Thursday, November 1, 2018 10:50am
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The Auburn Food Bank needs the public’s help to track down a van that was reportedly stolen from its property Tuesday morning.

The vehicle is a lifeline to the food bank in transporting donations throughout Auburn.

As of Thursday morning, the van had not been found, according to Debbie Christian, food bank executive director.

“Way Scarff gave us a small replacement van to help,” she added. “I’ve had a lot of calls for support.”

If you see a white, 2000 Dodge Ram van with license plate C94136F, please notify Auburn Police at 253-931-3080.

To donate or to help, reach the food bank at 253-833-8925 or theauburnfoodbank.org or on Facebook.

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