Do you recognize these people? Or do you recognize that truck and/or trailer? If so, there's some people that would like to speak to them regarding some of their alleged actions earlier this week.

According to officials with Habitat for Humanity Capital Region, these two individuals stopped by one of the Habitat Capital Region build sites in the Holt area--after hours--on Monday, May 18th. According to the Habitat for Humanity Capital Region Facebook page, "they were unable to access the home, but stole the video camera from outside." If you do recognize these people or that truck and/or trailer, please contact Vicki Hamilton-Allen at director@habitatlansing.org. And yes, if you watch the video below, the woman does actually go into the port a potty while they're there.

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Also, speaking of Habitat for Humanity, did you know that you can still shop their stores online? You can see what they have to offer and how to make a purchase by checking out the Habitat for Humanity Capital Region - ReStore Facebook page. They've got some really neat things available including lots of great furniture, home decor, dishwashers, light fixtures, ceiling fans and more. Please keep in mind, though, that they are currently NOT able to accept any item donations right now. However, when everything is open again, you can find them at 1941 Benjamin Drive in Lansing. You can find out more by clicking here.
Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity Capital Region
Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity Capital Region