Lillian Moore says she sent a cooler stuffed with Thanksgiving food to her daughter Cindy, only to have it stolen from her porch.
Moore packed the cooler with half a turkey, potatoes and salad. She left it on her daughter's porch Wednesday evening because her daughter's refrigerator was too small to hold the food.
When Cindy Moore went to get the turkey Thanksgiving morning, the cooler was gone.
Cindy Moore says she had to buy turkey using money she sets aside for bills. The disabled single mother didn't bother reporting the theft to police.
Lillian Moore says it's "just awful" to steal from people who don't have much.
Information from: The Capital Times, http://www.madison.com/tct
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