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Council on Aging seeks help after vandalism, theft

The Bossier Council on Aging had its Meals on Wheels vehicle stolen and three others vandalized over the weekend.

The pickup truck used to deliver food 45 seniors in the Benton area was stolen Saturday night while three other Meals on Wheels vehicles were vandalized. Surveillance video allegedly showed four male juveniles kicking and beating the vehicles.

The truck was recovered by police in the 2900 block of Bobbie Street but has been deemed inoperable. The council is also working to fix the three vandalized vehicles.

Bossier City police are currently investigating the case.

The Bossier Council on Aging is willing to accept donations towards repairs or anyone who can help deliver food to seniors. Interested parties can call (318) 741-8302, visit bossiercouncilonaging.org or visit its Facebook page.

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