Bikers Against Child Abuse has trailer stolen on Christmas

OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) -

An organization that's aimed at protecting children was hit by a real-life Grinch Christmas morning.

 

A trailer containing emergency supplies was stolen outside the home of one of the members of Bikers Against Child Abuse. The organization works to provide support and protection to children who may be the victims of abuse.

 

The trailer was parked outside the home near Irvington and Boyd street in the Keystone neighborhood. It was only there for a handful of days before it was stolen Christmas morning in just a matter of minutes.

A vehicle pulled in across the street, someone got out and inspects the trailer, and within minutes, the vehicle has already backed into the driveway and hooked up the trailer, making a get away in under ten minutes.

 

Bikers Against Child Abuse says unless it's returned, there's no insurance and trailer will be a total loss.

Inside the trailer was canopies, a generator, radios and a cooler.

 

The group is asking anyone with information about the trailer's whereabouts to come forward and contact Bikers Against Child Abuse or law enforcement.

 

You can donate to replace the trailer by visiting here

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