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Hubbard police seek woman who stole donations for children's charity

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HUBBARD, Ohio - Police are asking the public to help them find a woman suspected of stealing money meant for a children's charity.

According to a post on the Hubbard Police Facebook page, officers responded to a reported theft at the liquor store in the Shop N Save at approximately 6:40 p.m. Wednesday,

A female about 20-years-old stole a jar full of money collected for next weeks Make-A-Wish, Fifth Annual Ricky-Mack Giving Back Fundraiser.

Since the Ricky-Mack Giving Back Fundraiser was created by Ricky and Mackenzie Pasco of Hubbard five years ago, they have collected more than $26,500 to help grant the wishes of local children facing life threatening medical conditions.

This year's fundraiser will be held at 6:00 p.m. on October 15 at the Downtown Cafe in Hubbard.

Police ask that anyone with information that can help them identify the suspect who allegedly took the collection jar to contact them at 330-675-2730. Callers should reference Hubbard City report; CAD 13-130761.

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