Thieves steal box truck full of stuffed animals for sick children at Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital

Thieves yesterday stole a truck full of stuffed animals slated to be delivered to children fighting cancer.The box truck was stolen between 2:30 and 5:30

BAY SHORE - Thieves yesterday stole a truck full of stuffed animals slated to be delivered to children fighting cancer.

The box truck was stolen between 2:30 and 5:30 p.m. from in front of JUMP, a children's party business on South Fehr Way in Bay Shore.

The truck was carrying a stuffing machine and toy bears. It was headed to Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital.

The truck is a white 2002 Chevy Box Truck with the license plate 34200-MB. Anyone with information on the theft is urged to contact Suffolk police.

People with JUMP were able to work all night to replace the stuffed animals for today's event.
 

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