TUSCALOOSA, AL (WVTM) — Police are investigating after thousands of dollars worth of gifts were stolen from a Salvation Army warehouse in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
The Salvation Army had just stepped up security at the warehouse, but someone still managed to break-in through a small window on the back garage door.
Leaders say the stolen items equaled out to four carloads, totaling about six-thousand dollars.
Tuscaloosa police are working to find those responsible.
The Salvation Army says the community has already stepped up to try and recover what was taken.
A security guard will be spending the night at the warehouse until those toys are given out next week.