DALLAS (CBSDFW) – Police in Dallas are searching for a man who broke into the Ronald McDonald House on Bengal Street and stole vital items to run the house including food, bed linens, and a wall-mounted TV from the common area.
The man, who was caught on surveillance cameras has tattoos covering his chest. Police said he gained access by jumping a fence and entering through a faulty side door.READ MORE: Suspect In Murder At Dallas Restaurant Arrested In West Texas
The non-profit he stole from offers temporary housing, transportation to the hospital and meals for families whose children are receiving essential medical care.
Anyone with information about the Sept.15 burglary should contact Detective Kevin Janse #6679 at (214)671-8066 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.READ MORE: Executive Director of Catholic Charities Says COVID-Stricken Migrants Eating At Whataburger An 'Isolated Case'
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