Good Samaritans donate keyboard to burglarized KCMO church just in time for choir practice

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- A positive FOX 4 follow-up to share about Hope of Glory Ministries, which suffered a theft of $5,000 worth of music equipment and electronics. Among the stolen items included a double-stand keyboard system.

A local mom and her triplet daughters donated a keyboard to Hope of Glory on East Bannister Road on Thursday, much to the delight and relief of Pastor Todd Brown.

“That's right, it's choir practice and we been battling on that for the few days, me and the first lady, what are we going to do having to do it. To get this call, to get it delivered on the night of choir rehearsal is awesome,” Pastor Brown told FOX 4.

Police are still looking for the crook. They say he drives a blue Ford pick-up truck. If you know anything that can help police make an arrest, call the TIPS Hotline at (816) 474-TIPS.