McAllen plant thieves inspire a random act of kindness
After seeing security footage of two men stealing plants from the Best Medical Supply store in McAllen, one Rio Grande Valley resident decided to take action.
Having retired in June, Camille Rich said seeing thieves hurt a business for essential workers made her want to help.
Rich decided to plant aloe vera in the empty holes the thieves left behind.
"My heart went out to Mr. Trejo and his idealism of what he was standing for in trying to improve his community,” Rich said.
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