Condolence Cards With Donations Stolen From Idaho Funeral, Police Say
PRESTON, Idaho – Authorities are searching for the person or people responsible for stealing donations from an Idaho funeral, according to the Preston City Police Department.
In a Monday Facebook post, PCPD wrote that condolence cards and an envelope that contained a “large amount of money” donated to the family had been taken. The cards were at a viewing and funeral being held Friday and Saturday at a meetinghouse for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, located near 200 North and 200 West.
“If you noticed anything or saw anyone walking away with those cards, please contact us through DM,” according to the PCPD post.
Police also asked anyone who may have donated by check to contact their banks to stop payments.
“Or if (your check) was cashed, please get the information from your bank as to where it was cashed and dates and times and then contact us here at the police department,” according to PCPD.
“If you donated money please DM us so we can have as accurate accounting as possible in this case,” the post continues.
Anyone with information can contact the Preston City Police Department through direct message on its Facebook page, or call 208-852-2433.
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