St. Vincent De Paul installs security cameras to detour store theft

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Security cameras installed at donation drop off locations.
CLARKSTON, WA - A Local store that's been robbed several times finally has a way to catch thieves in the act.

St. Vincent De Paul in Clarkston has experienced a number of thefts in the past, but now security cameras have been placed around the inside and outside of the store.

Cody Warren works for both the Clarkston and Lewiston stores. He said he can't believe someone would steal from a store like this.

"You can tell if it's been dropped off and if people have rummaged through it," said Warren. "There is garbage everywhere, or if they've picked through the good cloths; it's something that really hurts the community because we are giving back."

Store Manager Sharon Berry said they've been working closely with the Clarkston Police Department to find the people responsible for stealing the donations. She said if anyone wants to donate, but doesn't have time to drop off their items, let them know and they can pick it up for you.