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  • 'It hurts,' says woodworker after thieves stole from volunteer workshop

    Someone broke into an east Kansas City woodworking shop where retired phone company workers make rehabilitative devices for children, and made off with about $5,000 worth of tools and equipment. The manager of the workshop says some kids may have to wait for much-needed equipment.

Someone broke into an east Kansas City woodworking shop where retired phone company workers make rehabilitative devices for children, and made off with about $5,000 worth of tools and equipment. The manager of the workshop says some kids may have to wait for much-needed equipment. Donald Bradley The Kansas City Star
Someone broke into an east Kansas City woodworking shop where retired phone company workers make rehabilitative devices for children, and made off with about $5,000 worth of tools and equipment. The manager of the workshop says some kids may have to wait for much-needed equipment. Donald Bradley The Kansas City Star

‘You stole from the kids,’ woodworker says of thieves who took tools that helped disabled kids

December 02, 2016 4:28 PM