Vineland Habitat for Humanity's ReStore Burglarized

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VINELAND, N.J. -

A major charity organization has suffered thousands of dollars in losses after a burglary at one of its locations.

On the morning of Tuesday, October 10th, someone broke into the Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity's ReStore on Delsea Drive in Vineland.

The two suspects used a brick to smash the front glass door and one entered while the other waited outside, presumably as a lookout.

The Cumberland County Habitat for Humanity says that the damages and loss to the store totals to more than $3,000.

If anyone has any information about the burglary they are asked to call the Vineland Police Department at 856-691-4111.

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