June 07, 2018 08:00 PM
A car plowed into a nonprofit store in St. Paul Thursday before taking off.
Joseph's Coat on West 7th Street donates and distributes all its good to people in need. However, after the crash, many of the items are filled with glass and cannot be handed out.
Police are working with nearby businesses to see if there are surveillance cameras to help track down the culprit.
KSTP's Jonathan Rozelle is tracking the story today and will have the latest on Ch. 5 starting at 4:30 p.m.
A car plowed through the wall of this non-profit store in Saint Paul early this morning & took off, workers say. The driver left quite the damage inside. pic.twitter.com/pSobMU8Axr— Jonathan Rozelle (@JonathanRozelle) June 7, 2018
A director tells me everything is donated and given to those most in need. Now, a lot of clothes and other items are filled with glass. Which means they can’t be handed out. pic.twitter.com/QzozhFeF8x— Jonathan Rozelle (@JonathanRozelle) June 7, 2018
The director tells me the store was empty at the time of the crash. She says most of the clothes “will have to be thrown out, due to amount of glass in them.” pic.twitter.com/ztEle8RGNP— Jonathan Rozelle (@JonathanRozelle) June 7, 2018
Updated: June 07, 2018 08:00 PM
Created: June 07, 2018 12:28 PM
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