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Crime Roseville Police Nab Suspect In Salvation Army Red Kettle Theft

17:00  12 december  2019
17:00  12 december  2019 Source:   wwjnewsradio.radio.com

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Roseville — Police are investigating the Thursday theft of a Salvation Army red kettle , officials said. Officers were called at about 7 p.m. Thursday to the Walmart on Gratiot at 12 Mile for a report of a larceny, they said. The volunteer bell ringer told officers he had stepped away from the kettle for a

Two suspects have been identified in the theft of a Salvation Army donation kettle outside a Blaine grocery earlier this month. One of those tips led investigators to the suspects , according to a statement Friday by Blaine police . Investigators will turn their case over to the Anoka County

ROSEVILLE (WWJ) - A man suspected of stealing a Salvation Army Red Kettle in Roseville has been arrested.

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Acting on a tip, police arrested 53-year-old Jeffrey Claydon on Detroit's east side Wednesday on unrelated drug charges.

a man wearing glasses and looking at the camera: Jeffrey Claydon (photo: Roseville Police)© Provided by WWJ Radio Detroit Jeffrey Claydon (photo: Roseville Police)

"Grinch who stole Christmas in custody," police headlined a statement announcing the arrest.

Investigators say the Eastpointe man cut the security wire and stole the red kettle outside a Walmart store on Gratiot near 14 Mile last Friday when the bell ringer stepped away.

Claydon is expected to be turned over to Roseville police once his criminal case in Detroit is complete.

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RELATED: Blaine police say suspects in Red Kettle theft have been identified. According to the complaint, the two went to a Cub Foods in Blaine and used a bolt cutter to cut the handle of a Salvation Army Red Kettle . A witness saw them drive away and followed them. The complaint said the witness

Blaine police say suspects in Red Kettle theft have been identified. Salvation Army Red Kettle stolen from Maplewood Pizza Ranch. Police said the suspect was wearing a white and black coat. He was also seen driving a blue truck, according to authorities. Anyone with information about the theft is

The Salvation Army collects donations at large red kettles during the holiday season to provide help to those in need. The goal this Christmas season in metro Detroit is to raise $8 million to help fund programs and activities throughout the upcoming year.

Officials are not sure exactly how much money was in the stolen kettle, but the kettles average about $500 a day -- enough money to feed five meals to a family of four.

The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit's Red Kettle campaign began Nov. 8 and runs through Jan. 31, 2020.

Roseville PD: 2 arrested in connection with tailgate, package theft .
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