WOODLAND (CBS13) — Thieves stole two days’ worth of kettle donations from the Salvation Army Service Center in Woodland over the Christmas holiday.

In a news release, the Salvation Army said the center at 413 Main Street was broken into and vandalized sometime between late Christmas Eve and 12:30 p.m. on Thursday.

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The organization said thieves took $2,413 in donations and destroyed two doors.

Police are investigating the incident.

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The Salvation Army said the Red Kettle Campaign donations fund community programs throughout the year, so the theft and costly damages will impact their community services.