Moment brazen women take clothes from Salvation Army recycling bank

Moment four brazen women raid clothes bank at Asda before stuffing bags with garments donated to the Salvation Army

  • Four women were filmed appearing to raid the clothes bank in Leeds, West Yorks
  • They were seen stuffing shopping bags filled with clothes from the clothes bank
  • The women then seen walking away across Asda car park in the Killingbeck area 

This is the moment four brazen women were caught on camera taking clothes donated to the Salvation Army.

The women were filmed by a passerby as they appeared to raid one of the charity’s recycling bank in Leeds, West Yorkshire.

Three of the women are seen walking away from the recycling bins after stuffing shopping bags full of donated clothes.

A fourth woman then comes into view with a suitcase packed with clothes in one hand and clutching more bags in the other.

The group were then seen walking across the car park of Asda in the Killingbeck area of the city.

The women were filmed by a passerby as they appeared to raid the recycling bank in Leeds, West Yorkshire

Three of the women are seen walking away from the recycling bins after stuffing shopping bags full of clothes

The incident was filmed on Wednesday evening at 8.20 pm.

The person filming the incident tells them: ‘I am videoing. Got all your faces.’

The women totally ignore him and calmly leaves with the clothes as the man filming them yells insults.

The clothing bank is one of a number in the city run by the Salvation Army.

The charity’s recycling banks gradually reopened in June, after being used for fly tipping during the first lockdown.

A spokesman said: ‘The money raised through our reuse and recycling schemes helps The Salvation Army fund its valuable work throughout the UK and Republic of Ireland.

The four women were then seen running across the car park of Asda in the Killingbeck area (pictured) of the city

‘The Salvation Army extends a helping hand to those who are homeless, friendless and in need.

‘They passionately believe that no one is beyond hope, however great their problems.’

A spokesperson for West Yorkshire Police told MailOnline: ‘At 8.41pm yesterday police were called to reports of four people stealing from charity clothes boxes at Asda Killingbeck, Leeds.

‘Officers did attend and searched the area, but the suspects had left.

‘Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 or via the West Yorkshire Police website, quoting log reference 1691 of 06/01.’

Earlier this year the local Salvation Army raised more than £5,000 towards its Christmas Toy Appeal.

The money will be used to support the scheme, which sees the charity colllect donated presents and send them to those in need.  

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