Food For The Hungry Stolen From Bourbon Co. Man

Reported by: Ian Preston
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Updated: 8/27/2012 11:14 pm
        Earl Gross works two jobs, not only supporting his family but also earning money to buy food for the hungry in Harrison County.

        Gross goes up to the Harrison County Court House once a month from April to October, offering a sermon, music and then a free meal to any who attends.

        He's been doing so for three years, but has to cancel the rest of the free meals for this year, after all the food and his music equipment was stolen from him, right in front of his home in Paris.

        Gross kept all the supplies in a trailer that he had parked in front of his home last Wednesday night. The next day the trailer was gone.
       
        The total value of all the stolen supplies was more than ten thousand dollars.

        Gross says he doesn't really care who took the trailer or why, he just wants it back, and to offer his help for the person who stole it.

        Gross is offering a one thousand dollar reward to anyone who can return the trailer and supplies.

        If you have any information about the theft, you can contact the Paris Police Department.
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