Salvation Army plans kettle checks after thefts
DES MOINES (AP) — The Salvation Army will begin unscheduled checks of busy kettle locations in the Des Moines area after the theft of two kettles.
One kettle was stolen Nov. 16 from a Des Moines Hy-Vee store and the other was taken Friday from a West Des Moines Walmart.
In response, the Salvation Army will make random checks to ensure paid bell-ringers and volunteers are watching over kettles.
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