The Pendleton Panther

California thieves steal the good from poor

Posted on: December 2, 2009

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Most people know about Robin Hood and his follower group of merry men. Robin Hood is a hero in English folklore. He was a highly skilled archer. His famous and well-known reason is the “stealing from the rich and giving to the poor” and there is a totally opposite real life Robin Hood story that happened in Garden Grove, California. Thieves in Orange County have stolen 100,000 dollars, toys and food that were suppose to donated to the poor, and now the agency is rushing to recover all the lost in 24 days before Christmas. Police says the thieves broke into an underground storage facility in Garden Grove. They took 20,000 pounds of food and about $25,000 of toys that were donated to the United Labor Agency of Orange County. All the goods were being collected for homeless families. Also the items for the raffle were taken. This story is really shocking. How can people take away the important supply from those people who need help? I hope the police can find the thieves and take back all the lost.


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