SHENANDOAH COUNTY, Va. (WHSV) – A Rockbridge County family members-owned organization is asking for the community’s assistance after its equipment trailer was stolen at a job internet site together Pleased Valley Road in Orkney Springs, Shenandoah County.
Heritage Woodwork’s trailer provided 1000’s of bucks value of specialised, customized products. Homeowners Amy and Jason Moore ended up able to catch the theft on digicam.
“At 1:51 a.m. [Monday] early morning, a truck pulled in, hooked up to our products trailer with all of our tools in it, and at 1:54 a.m., they pulled out with our livelihood,” Amy Moore claimed.
However, this is not the very first time this has took place at this individual career web page. On July 24, Moore claimed devices was stolen from the site in broad daylight, totaling more than $60,000. Some of that machines is irreplaceable as it was handed down from household users.
“This time, [the stolen equipment] didn’t expense that much simply because we are even now replacing points. When you are shopping for personalized instruments that charge countless numbers of dollars, it provides up very quickly,” Moore claimed. “I just went and bought Black Friday specials and there are continue to brand new matters in the packing containers in the trailer that we require to complete the venture we’re doing work on.”
Moore said the gear trailer is really hard to skip. The trailer suggests Heritage Woodwork, Jason Moore, and the company’s cell phone number, (540) 460-8858, on the aspect, along with an American flag on the again. She mentioned she is asking the neighborhood for prayers.
“First pray, and then assist us get our livelihood again. We’re a seriously little, relatives-owned company. We’ve obtained four little ones and it’s Xmas time,” she reported. “We’re meant to be celebrating the start of our savior and here had been are attempting to set our lives back again alongside one another.”
“We’re praying that God will have experienced anyone come across the path. Anyone will have witnessed this trailer driving by at 2 o’clock in the morning,” Moore explained.
If you have any info, remember to speak to the Shenandoah County Sheriff’s Office environment at (540) 459-6100.
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