Heartless thieves trash hospice charity shop
DESTRUCTIVE thieves targeted a charity shop in an act which left staff feeling "violated."
Dr Kershaw's Chadderton Hospice Shop was found "trashed" when staff arrived for work yesterday morning.
The louts stole the contents of the charity's collection box in the overnight raid at the Middleton Road site in Chadderton Precinct.
A small window at the front of the building had been smashed to gain entry.
Income generation manager Lisa Pearson, who oversees the charity shops, said: "I feel sickened that someone has done this when we are trying to help people.
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