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Pembroke burglary takes donations meant for brain cancer patient
Rodrigues said employees found the back door ajar and several items missing, including cash, computers and other equipment. Also missing was a safe containing donations for employee Jaime Taylor-Harper, who is in a Boston hospital with Stage 4 brain cancer, Rodrigues said.
Taylor-Harper was married shortly before being diagnosed and recently celebrated her two-year wedding anniversary, Rodrigues said. She said she hasn't told Taylor-Harper about the theft "because she has enough going on already."
"It was just an incredible outpouring of community support," she said. The theft "was just so upsetting."
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