Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity is asking for help after a trailer was stolen from their construction site on Thanksgiving Day.
The white trailer was stolen sometime between the construction site closing on Wednesday, Nov. 27 and the re-opening on Friday, Nov. 29, according to a news release.
The trailer stored paint supplies for homes being built, and the total value of it is estimated to be $10,000, according to a Facebook post.
“We are calling on our neighbors and community members to use their giving spirits from the holidays to look and advocate for the return of our trailer and supplies,” Kristin Candella, executive director of Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity, said in the news release. “We ask our community to pull together and spread the word about the missing trailer so that we may continue work on our homes without extending the timeline of home builds.”
The trailer was last seen at the southeast corner of Taft Hill and Harmony roads. Both a police report and an insurance claim were filed, according to the Facebook post.
Anyone with information can contact Candella at 970-488-2602.
No questions would be asked if the trailer is returned to the job site, the release said.
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