We are in the thick of it now. Almost two years into a pandemic, the stimulus money is no more and it's freezing outside! The groundhog just saw his shadow and thieves are getting pretty desperate.

Do you recognize the truck in the below photos? You can also view the security footage that was caught and share it if you would be so kind.

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On Saturday, January 29th, 2022 the yahoo in this truck drove into the Mount Olive Lutheran Church parking lot and chose to break into an area of the property. Stealing snow blowers, among other items, and damaging items along the way.

I understand that snow blowers might feel like small items but I feel it's safe to bet that the same people stealing this are also grabbing the packages off your doorsteps and also taking items off your lawn in the middle of the night. I'm sure that is the light version of what they are actually doing but either way. They need to be held accountable for their actions.

This place is near and dear to my heart. I used to live where the daycare is now. It was my first home in Yakima, my Father was the Pastor of this church, and as I age my tolerance for thieves is non-existent.

There is absolutely no good reason for you to steal these items, you probably didn't even make much more than what you needed to get high and if you're offended by the fact I went there. Spare me. You can suck a big toe while you wait to be caught. Hopefully, when you do, they bust you with even more stuff that can be returned to the owners and you get your life together because right now, you are nothing more than a waste of space.

Please contact Mt Olive at (509) 966-2190 if you have any information

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