Tools Stolen From Alachua Habitat For Humanity
After two break-ins at Alachua Habitat for Humanity projects, the organization is making changes to the way it stores equipment.
Thousands of dollars worth of power tools were stolen from Alachua Habitat for Humanity, which dedicates itself to building houses for those in need.
The tools were inside locked trailers.
The Gainesville Police Department is investigating the theft. The stolen tools are marked by green spray paint. Anyone with information can contact the police at 352-955-1818.
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