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Clark County community helps replace stolen items

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CLARK COUNTY, WA (KPTV) -

A local non-profit is back to helping people in need, after being targeted by thieves. 

"Evergreen Habitat for Humanity" had their trailer broken into and their tools stolen a week ago. 

Construction effort were stalled because of the lack of tools, but once the community heard the bad news they stepped up and helped replace what was taken. 

"We just feel so blessed to live in a community, the greater Clark County community, that will rally together and even without us asking will come together and come forward with donations," said Josh Townsley, the Executive Director for Evergreen Habitat for Humanity."It's just amazing to be a part of this community."

The group is now able to resume construction on houses for people in need. 

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