Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity Request Stolen Trailer Returned
Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity is calling on the spirit of the giving season to aid in the return of their job site trailer which was stolen sometime on Thanksgiving day. Between the close of the Harmony Cottages construction site (southeast corner of Taft Hill and Harmony Roads in Fort Collins) on Wednesday, November 27 and the re-opening of the job site on Friday, November 29, the nonprofit’s supply trailer was stolen.
The white Wells Cargo trailer stored paint supplies used for Habitat Homes being built on the Harmony Cottages site. It is an estimated loss of $10,000 between the trailer and the supplies inside. While a police report and insurance claim have been filed, Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity is asking for the return of the trailer. “We are calling on our neighbors and community members to use their giving spirits from the holidays to look and advocate for the return of our trailer and supplies,” stated Kristin Candella, Executive Director of Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity. “We ask our community to pull together and spread the word about the missing trailer so that we may continue work on our homes without extending the timeline of home builds.”
The trailer description and information:
- White Wells Cargo trailer with ladder rack on the roof
- Colorado license plate 466-KHN
- Last seen on the Harmony Cottages construction site at the southeast corner of Taft Hill and Harmony Roads in Fort Collins
Questions or leads about the trailer should be directed to Kristin Candella at (970) 488-2602. If the person who stole the trailer would like to return it to the Harmony Cottages job site, the site is at the southeast corner of Taft Hill and Harmony Roads in Fort Collins. No questions will be asked.
About Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity
Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit Christian organization that brings people together to build homes, communities and hope. Habitat partners with local families to help them build and buy their own home, a process that ultimately creates stability and becomes the launching pad for a lifetime of impact. Since its inception in 1993, Fort Collins Habitat has built more than 70 homes locally and more than 200 globally.