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Donations pour in after theft of Salvation Army's red kettle

December 08, 2017 07:36 PM

Donations are pouring into the Salvation Army after a red kettle was stolen outside Aviation Mall in Queensbury.

The Salvation Army says the greatest need is toys.

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The Glens Falls chapter has 600 kids signed up to receive gifts. They've collected 1,000 so far and need 4,000 total.

There are several sites in Queensbury where you can donate, including at Walmart and the YMCA.

NewsChannel 13 checked with police. They say so far, no arrest has been made.

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