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Steamboat thrift store threatens prosecution over donations

STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. – A Steamboat Springs thrift store is threatening to call police to report individuals leaving donations outside the store while it is closed.Director David Freseman of the LIFT-UP donation center of Routt County says donations such as books, sofas and other furniture are often destroyed by weather and clearing the piles slow the donation process.LIFT-UP uses revenue from the thrift store donations to operate a food bank. Officials say they are willing to arrange after-hours donations appointments to encourage the donations.Signs warning against after business hour donations have been posted outside the store.___Information from: Steamboat Pilot & Today, http://steamboatpilot.com/


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