- For hell.
- How low can one sink?
- Good enough for serious. Add.
How to write Lene N in one of the indignant comments that are written on the JydskeVestkystens Facebook-profile of the Red Cross charity shop in Woodstock, which is plagued by thefts from tøjcontaineren and of the things that are handed over as donation in front of the store.
the Store set of the same reason, the security cameras up for a year or so ago, and the helps as is also often the local sheriff to procure the donated genbrugsgodbidder back. But the thefts are at:
come evening, night and morning, and they come in big cars two-three times a week and taking time.
- It is often recidivists, we can see, and they are always more than one, say butiksleder Connie M to the newspaper, and calls at the same time people who want to donate something to the Red Cross to contact them and make an appointment.
- Hope, the police will take care of it as shoplifting, so the people get a criminal record out of it, writing Brigitta S. in another comment, while Mogens H think it's completely misguided to mix the authorities in the matter:
- I can't see that there has been no theft.
- People have just removed anything that stands in the way, and in addition, the store has not lost anything of value, when they have got it free.
- So long it stands by the road or outside the shop it is just a waste.
- It first gets a value when it is inside the store.
- I should actually thank those who come help you clean up in front of the store.
- they Had destroyed a door or the shed to retrieve it, so had it been something else, writes Mogens, but what are you thinking?