A break and enter incident at a Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Bracebridge has put a large hole in the pockets of the Muskoka organization.
Officials say the amount of money stolen is close to the cost of pouring the cement foundation for the semi-detached duplex being built in Huntsville.
This is also following the Band on the Run initiative that saw about $8,000 raised from committed residents in Huntsville.
CEO David Morris says this theft will not discourage the organization or their goal of getting 11 families into homes in the region this year.
The store reopened Monday afternoon following a quick investigation by Bracebridge OPP.