On Thursday, Green Bay Packers defensive lineman Kenny Clark revealed that more than $5,000 worth of toys meant for children were stolen from his San Bernardino home.
#Packers DL Kenny Clark said over $5,000 worth of donated toys for children were stolen from his home in San Bernardino. Haven’t caught person who took them … yet. The house has security cameras, so Clark confident they will.
To which all I can say is, good. Seriously, awful.
— Ryan Wood (@ByRyanWood) December 20, 2018
If there’s any good news here it’s that nobody was hurt. Otherwise, this is pretty bad.
The holiday season often brings out the best in people. Unfortunately, it brings out the worst in others. This falls into both. Clark having toys to give to children is fantastic. Someone deciding to steal them is about as low as it gets.
That Clark’s house is equipped with cameras is a positive. Hopefully we soon learn that the perpetrators were caught and the toys were returned to where they belong.