Cash only for Red Kettle Campaign

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Charles Clark, who has been ringing a bell for the Salvation Army for five years, received a rare donation - an uncirculated 1998 American Eagle One ounce Gold Proof coin.

Police are trying to identify the people caught on camera stealing the kettle at the Cub Foods store near the Northtown Mall on Tuesday afternoon, December 4.

"But whoever the donor is, we want them to know we are truly grateful for this donation, and for the lives that will be helped as a result", he said. "That someone would do that, it's the principle - regardless of how much was in the kettle at the time".

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Blaine police have posted the footage and a photo of the suspects' vehicle on the department's Facebook page. The suspects are facing felony possession of theft tools and damage to property charges.

The Salvation Army said every year there are some age ranges - often infants and older children - that see fewer donations than others, but this year organizers are dealing with "no toys coming in at all".

Doliber added he doesn't believe there much money inside the tin.

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"I think they need to think about the people that they're stealing from, and just have a heart and put a stop to it. Turn yourself in", said Doliber.

- A secret Santa once again dropped a very valuable coin into a Salvation Army red kettle.

They also assist people who are now homeless.

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