The North Collin County Habitat for Humanity (NCC Habitat) reports that a break-in occurred on Wednesday (June 10, 2015) at their job site in Princeton.

The following items were stolen:

  • Mitre saw
  • 4 drills
  • Hammer drill
  • 1 hand saw
  • Framing nailer
North Collin County Habitat for Humanity break-in in Princeton.

NCC Habitat values the tools at about $2,500. All tools have “NCCHFH” engraved on them.

“We are saddened that the tools were stolen from the trailer at the home in Princeton," said Celeste H. Cox, NCC Habitat's executive director. "This home is scheduled to be finished this month for our family. These tools help us build affordable homes for qualified families and taking them not only hurts the organization, but the families that we serve.”

A report was filed with the Princeton Police Department. Anyone with information about the incident are asked to call the Princeton Police Department at 972-736-3901. Contractors were there pouring the new street, so NCC Habitat is hopeful someone saw something.

NCC Habitat has posted pictures of the incident on their Facebook page. Click here to visit the page.

 

About the North Collin County Habitat for Humanity

North Collin County Habitat for Humanity (NCC Habitat) is part of a global, nonprofit housing organization operated on Christian principles. We put God’s love into action by building homes and communities. We are dedicated to eliminating substandard housing locally and worldwide. We encourage positive relationships throughout the community by advocating for fair housing policies and by providing training to help families improve their shelter conditions. NCC Habitat was incorporated in 1992. We enable families throughout northern Collin County (Anna, Celina, Farmersville, Frisco, McKinney, Melissa, Princeton and Prosper) to achieve the dream of home ownership and dignity. With the help of partnerships, NCC Habitat has built over 97 houses. We also have started a new program called “A Brush With Kindness” where we help low income families with exterior repairs including roof, siding, paint and general clean up. We’ve served 81 families through this program (mostly seniors). Internationally, NCC Habitat has built 34 homes in Mexico, Egypt, Asia Tsunami and Honduras. Habitat also operates a ReStore that is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday. We sell new and gently used building materials and furniture to the public. For more information, visit ncc-habitat.com.

About Habitat for Humanity International

Habitat for Humanity International’s vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Anchored by the conviction that housing provides a path out of poverty, since 1976 Habitat has helped more than five million people through home construction, rehabilitation and repairs and by increasing access to improved shelter through products and services. Habitat also advocates to improve access to decent and affordable shelter and offers a variety of housing support services that enable families with limited means to make needed improvements on their homes as their time and resources allow. As a nonprofit Christian housing organization, Habitat works in more than 70 countries and welcomes people of all races, religions and nationalities to partner in its mission. To learn more, donate or volunteer, visit habitat.org.