Letter: Damaging thrift store is sad
It's very sad when the criminals of Marysville break into a thrift store and torch it.
The proprietor is known for helping the homeless or those in need. Her heart is huge, and now it is broken.
The thrift store was her and her son's only source of income. Maybe those criminals would be willing to pay her rent and her son's child support and purchase their food. Maybe they would be willing to clean up the mess and pay for the loss of her items and the damage to the building.
How did so many people lose respect for other people and their property? Especially to those that are so giving.