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U-Haul sets up donation site after family's truck stolen from hotel parking lot

NORTH CHARLESTON (WCSC) -

Tinisha and Edward White's 26-foot U-Haul was stolen last Wednesday night from the parking lot of the La Quinta Inn on Ashley Phosphate Road. They say on Wednesday they came back after dinner around 8:30, parked the truck with the back against this wall and secured it with a heavy duty lock.

The story originally aired in our 11 p.m. broadcast on Friday. In less than 24 hours, many have expressed their willingness to help.

A donation site has been set-up at the U-Haul at 8222 Dorchester Road. Drop-off is from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

You can also contact:

Lisa Doctor with the organization "Family to Family" in North Charleston. She can be reached at 843-330-8609. If you would like to mail in a monetary donation, you can send a check to:

Family2Family

P.O. Box 71133

Charleston, SC 29415

Checks should be made out to Tinisha White.

You can also contact Jon Tisdale with "The Lowcountry Vets." He can be reached at 843-610-1699.

Please continue to follow this story at Live5news.com.

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