Thieves Striking Bryant Donation Center Caught on Surveillance Video

Thieves Striking Bryant Donation Center Caught on Surveillance Video

Criminals strike a donation center for people with developmental disabilities over the weekend. The Saline County business filed a theft report over the weekend with the Bryant Police Department.
In a matter of 4 minutes Saturday night thief's pulled up to the Civitan Services Donation Center in Bryant, grabbed about a dozen things that didn't belong to them and took off.

It would be a tough case to crack if not for some telling information taken from a security camera.

Employees of the Civitan Services Donation Center came to work Sunday morning to a missing gate and $300 worth of stolen items and damage.

The organization along with police are reviewing surveillance from the security cameras and say they can see what looks like a yellow or gold Ford pickup with a large dent on the rear passenger side.

In the video the truck pulls up at about 9:48 p.m. They get out and cut the rope in front of the store and pull up to the gate before allegedly stealing the property.

The Director of the Donation Center says the thieves likely knew what they were coming for. Whoever stole it has a new patio set after stealing eight patio chairs, a patio table and a shovel. After removing the gate to the storage area they stole that too.

Civitan Services says the thieves didn't just steal from the organization.

"It's really disheartening because we help with the community," said Donation Center Supervisor Kirk Kirkendoll. "We do a lot of work with our guys and we stay here in Saline County. You're stealing from not just our guys but you're stealing from Saline County."

Civitan Services helps care and support people with developmental disabilities.

They sell the items donated at their store location in Bryant on Reynolds Rd.

They're asking if anyone recognizes the vehicle or the person in the video please contact Bryant Police at 501-943-0943.
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