Blaine, Minn., police are looking for two bold thieves who used a bolt cutter to steal a Salvation Army donation kettle outside a grocery store in daylight on Tuesday.
It was unknown how much money was in the kettle at the time, according to Fox 9.
“Right away when it was referred to us was we have a Grinch out there, two Grinches,” Blaine Police Chief Brian Podany told the television station. “That someone would do that, it’s the principle - regardless of how much was in the kettle at the time. Why would someone do this to people? It’s just disappointing.”
The suspect actually cutting the kettle is a female. The other person appears to be a male.
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The theft happened at Cub Foods.