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Nonprofit missing food truck with $10k of food on board

FORT PIERCE, FL (WFLX) - A Treasure Coast nonprofit is desperate for someone to come forward with information about its missing food truck.

Police in Ft. Pierce say the truck was stolen from the Food and Outreach Center sometime between late Sunday and early Monday morning.

It had about $10,000 of food on board which could go a long way for local needy families.

Investigators say it's a white truck with a red heart logo on the side. If you see it, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-273-TIPS.

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