Computer stolen from Dallas COVID-19 testing site

An individual broke into the Salvation Army Pleasant Grove Corps Community Center in Dallas, which serves as a walk-up COVID-19 testing site, and stole several items including a computer, according to a local CBS 11 report.

A man burglarized the site in mid-July and stole two air conditioner units and personal protective equipment along with the computer. The testing site opened in partnership with Parkland Health & Hospital System and Dallas County.

Law enforcement identified the man on surveillance cameras and arrested him.

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