EUGENE, Ore. -- Sometime late Thursday night, vandals broke into a food pantry at the Relief Nursery, a child abuse prevention agency that provides support for kids and parents. The food feeds at least four families a day. They splattered chili everywhere and left an oatmeal caked trail behind.
"It's just very very disappointing," said Executive Director Irene Alltucker.
Despite the damage, the vandals didn't take a single morsel of food.
"I wish that they would have taken food because if they had needed it, then it would be going to someone that was needing food, rather than just destroying it," said Alltucker
The food that's left will have to be thrown out. This story doesn't have a happy ending, but it could. Alltucker said one thing the vandals didn't break is the community who filled the pantry in the first place.
Eugene police said they don't have any suspects. If you want to help The Relief Nursery you can drop off food or donations at 25th and Chambers or call them at 541-343-9706.