Equipment stolen from charity puts property renovation in jeopardy

Volunteers are searching for stolen instruments from a challenge they have been doing the job on in Hempstead Thursday evening.

The personnel were being developing a household for a loved ones in need to have when the resources went lacking.

Gina Centauro, of Rescuing Families, say they missing $25,000 value of devices – which is a big hit to their charity.

Rescuing People has been doing work given that January to make the home handicapped available. The challenge is now on pause.

Quite a few of the stolen instruments have been in Vincent Centauro’s loved ones for a long time.

“From my grandfather, from my father, which I don’t have any more time,” Vincent Centauro suggests. “These were being applications that were being employed each individual day. I you should not have these household members here with me anymore. But I was in a position to have those people resources. It meant the world to me to have all those.”

A law enforcement investigation is underway.

The Centauros are scrambling to increase funds through a property sale Sunday in Franklin Square to change the equipment so they can entire the renovations on the house. They system to have other lawn sales.

“It does not just affect us,” Gina Centauro suggests. “It has an effect on each and every spouse and children that we are encouraging. With no individuals tools we’re not capable to support households.”

Any person with information about the circumstance is urged to call Nassau police at 516-573-6353.