Charity goods stolen: Good course charity

Thieves have stolen $20,000 worth of charity goods, including $1,000 in school supplies, a book of clothing and an electronic cigarette charger.

In February, thieves broke into the Good course Charity charity at a private house in Sydney’s north-east.

Police believe the burglars stole the items before they were handed over to the charity, which was running a fundraising event at the time.

The Good course is an online school for people with autism, autism spectrum disorders, and intellectual disability.

“The items were handed to Good in the event they were to be donated,” a spokesman said.

After the stolen items were given to Good for use, the charity sent a text message to say the items were in safe condition.

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