Troop 5 in Medford said they were helping clean up after the Pear Blossom Parade last Saturday when their plain white camping trailer was taken from Eastwood Baptist Church.
The troop said it contained restaurant grills that are used for some of it’s biggest fundraisers, as well as propane tanks and camping equipment.
In case the trailer can’t be found, they’ve set up a *GoFundMe account to replace the lost items.
The parent behind the post said she’s overwhelmed by the support thus far.
“I feel like we have a great community because everybody started sharing it,” said Troop 5 mom Rachel Ridge, “and then we started a GoFundMe and people have contacted me personally and just put out the word.”
If you have any information you’re urged to contact Medford Police.
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