Thieves Steal Salvation Army Bucket in Fenton

FENTON, Mo. (KMOX) – St. Louis County Police say two suspects stole a Salvation Army bucket from outside a Shop-N-Save at Gravois Bluff Plaza last week.

Authorities say that while the bell ringing volunteer was on break, the two female suspects used bolt cutters to cut the padlock off the Salvation Army bucket.

St. Louis County Police said Friday afternoon that one of the two had been arrested and admitted to stealing a second kettle.

The two fled in their maroon 2001 Saturn with Missouri license plates KK5 D9M.

Both suspects are about 5’5″ and 120 lbs., according to police.
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