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    Save Mart, Luck and FoodMaxx donated 60,000 pairs of socks to several organizations that help the communities served by the stores. The Poverello House was one of the organizations to receive the socks- 2,000 6-packs or 12,000 pairs. Other organizations include Modesto Gospel Mission, Bay Area Rescue Mission, HomeFirst Services of Santa Clara County and Reno-Sparks Gospel Mission. The socks will be given to the homeless here, packaged as part of their warming kits.

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    On Sunday, Oct. 2, 2017, the suspects shown in this video removed and stole the tailgate off this truck parked in the 4000 block of North John Albert Ave., Fresno. The suspect vehicle is a newer model Chevy Tahoe of GMC Yukon. The video was originally posted to the Fresno Police Department's Facebook page @FresnoPoliceDepartment.