Some one stole a lot more than $5,000 worth of toys that Clark and his mother, Leslie, had collected to disperse children in and around San Bernardino, California.
Clark said his family discovered earlier this week that the toys were lost from a shed away from your house Clark bought for his mother briefly after the Packers drafted him in the first round at 2016.
“We have no idea if it’s some one who understands what’s happening and doing something that’s simply mean or unkind, or it’s only a random person only taking toys or taking anything that was inside,” Clark said Thursday.
Clark reported the plan was supposed to provide presents. The toy supply still occurred as scheduled Thursday, because of a last minute contributions. It’s the second year of Clark’s toy drive.
“Lots of people have awakened,” Clark said. “I know they created a Go-Fund-Me account and people are donating to that, simply to find some of the toys right back to those kids. All of that material has been pretty trendy. There has been a great deal of people have now been hitting us up and trying to do the very best they can to help.”
Clark said he and his family was collecting the toys, which included new bikes, for weeks. They’ve been in contact with authorities and also said they have surveillance cameras on their own land.
“It is only messed up, man,” Clark said. “It is messed up, man. It’s for a bunch of children. It’s difficult for my mom and the family. It’s really hard for her because she’s worked hard during the entire year putting it all together. It’s really a messed-up circumstance “
Packers linebacker Clay Matthews said he would speak to Clark to see if there was anything he can perform.
“It’s a shame. Thieves, there isn’t any moral code or anything, notably with those presents and that they were going to. It’s regrettable. There is some scum-bag people outthere. You may like to believe that folks are better than that.”
“… With only a few days before Christmas, that’s terrible — dreadful to listen “