MEDFORD, Ore. — A pickup truck stolen from the Salvation Army following a break-in at the organization's Medford offices has now been recovered.
Major Jason Koenig, Jackson County Coordinator for the Salvation Army, said that staff arrived at their administrative offices on Tuesday morning to discover the break-in.
"Both mine and my wife’s offices were broken into," Koenig said. "The keys and The Salvation Army-marked pickup were stolen."
Medford Police arrived and began investigating the scene. Koenig said that there was damage done to the office building, and that the pickup truck stolen by the burglars was instrumental in the Salvation Army's daily food donation pickups.
However, within the space of a few hours, the Salvation Army reported that Medford Police had recovered the pickup truck.
"We are very thankful for their assistance," the organization said in a Facebook post.
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