Here’s one for the “as low as you can go” file.
The Salvation Army reported Friday that someone stole one of the organization’s Christmas kettles from outside the Spanaway Albertson’s about 6 p.m. Wednesday. The brazen thief struck as a volunteer rang the bell nearby.
The pot contained about $300 in cash and change, the Army said in a news release.
“Authorities responded, but the kettle, money and suspect still remain at large,” the release stated.
No description of the thief was released.
Salvation Army officials said the theft came at a time when the…