A glass panel of the front door at White Rock’s WorldServe Thrift Store is boarded up after being smashed during a Thursday morning break-in. (Nick Greenizan photo)

A glass panel of the front door at White Rock’s WorldServe Thrift Store is boarded up after being smashed during a Thursday morning break-in. (Nick Greenizan photo)

Jewelry, donation cash stolen in White Rock thrift store break-in

Front door of WorldServe Thrift Store smashed in early morning incident

Jewelry and donation money was stolen from a White Rock thrift shop after an early-morning break-in Thursday morning.

Police were called to WordServe Thrift Store (1524 Foster St.) at 6:45 a.m. Thursday after a passerby noticed one of the one of the glass inserts on the store’s front door had been broken.

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According to store manager Teresa Lattery, who spoke to Peace Arch News Friday, a glass vase and approximately $200 in jewelry – three silver necklaces, once bracelet and two watches –were stolen, along with between $200 and $300 in change from a donation bin.

Nothing else was disturbed in the building, Lattery said.

The cost of the door replacement was also not yet know, she added.



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