Salvation Army gets help from others after center was vandalized

(WISH Photo/Rob Ressler)
(WISH Photo/Rob Ressler)

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – The Salvation Army Rehabilitation Center on East Washington Street was vandalized Monday, and now, a business has stepped up to pay for the repairs.

Danny Willis the Director of Operations at the Salvation Army Rehab Center told 24-Hour News 8 that Flagship Logistics came in on Wednesday to give them a check to fix the cost of two doors that were damaged on Monday night.

Officials are still looking for the people who are responsible for slashing the center’s trucks tires as well as four other vehicles. The glass on the center’s Family Store and Donation Center was shattered too. The tires were replaced with new ones that were donated.

Flagship Logistics will pay the full cost to cover the doors. The exact amount was not immediately clear.

Officials did file a police report with IMPD. If you have any information, you asked to call crime stoppers at 262-TIPS.

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