Gifts stolen, replenished at Golden Valley non-profit organization

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by Sarah Harper

Someone stole over $1,000 worth of gifts from a non-profit organization in Golden Valley early Thursday, but people donated enough gifts to cover the loss by Thursday afternoon.

KARE-11 reported the story of the theft on Thursday.

Someone smashed a window at The Family Partnership in Golden Valley and stole over $1,000 worth of gifts meant for families in north Minneapolis, reported KARE-11.

The Star Tribune reported that the Family Partnership put a list of stolen items on its website. The loss was covered and seven additional families had holiday gifts.

Golden Valley police are still investigating the theft, reported the Star Tribune.

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