Jul 1, 2015 10:39 AM
MANCHESTER - All the power tools and several other items are believed to have been stolen from a Habitat for Humanity worksite in Manchester.
The group was building a three-family home on Hosley Street. They discovered that items were missing Monday morning. They believe the items were taken before they arrived on site.
Other materials that are missing include light bulbs, electrical equipment, painting supplies and water and snacks as well as a dehumidifier that was supposed to be installed in the home.
Neighbors did tell the organization that they heard noises and saw some suspicious activity on the site Monday morning.
A police report has been filed.
Anyone wishing to help with donations to the group, can call 603-626-3944 or email email@example.com.
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