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Goods worth $250,000 stolen from farming charity

THIEVES have stolen a quarter of a million dollars' worth of goods from an Australian drought charity, which provides food hampers, essential supplies and mental health support to farmers facing hardship.

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 A truck carrying  $250k worth of goods was stolen from a rural charity on Saturday night. Photo courtesy of Drought Angels.

A truck carrying $250k worth of goods was stolen from a rural charity on Saturday night. Photo courtesy of Drought Angels.

The truck loaded with $250,000 worth of goods, destined for farmers impacted by bushfire as part of the Drought Angels' Christmas appeal, was taken on Saturday night from the charities' warehouse in Logan,...

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