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Nassau nonprofit providing jobs for developmentally disabled adults says landscaping equipment stolen

The Freeport Police Department tells News 12 an active investigation is now underway.

News 12 Staff

Sep 1, 2023, 12:22 AM

Updated 236 days ago

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Officials with a Nassau County nonprofit that provides jobs for developmentally disabled adults tell News 12 they were burglarized early Thursday.
They say trailers filled with landscaping equipment were broken into around 3 a.m. at AHRC Nassau in Freeport.
The group says around $30,000 worth of gear was taken, including a tractor, a lawnmower and several leaf blowers.
AHRC Nassau hires workers on the autism spectrum.
The Freeport Police Department tells News 12 an active investigation is now underway.


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