Mascot costumes stolen from literacy charity

(2nd and 7 foundation)

COLUMBUS (WCMH) – A literacy charity started by three Buckeyes says three large mascot costumes were stolen along with a storage trailer.

According to the 2nd and 7 Foundation on Facebook, three of the foundation’s four ‘Hog Mollies’ were stolen from the Columbus office.

The foundation’s entire storage trailer was reported stolen overnight, according to the group.

The 2nd and 7 Foundation is a non-profit based in Columbus founded by Buckeyes Luke Fickell, Ryan Miller and Mike Vrabel in 1999. The foundation promotes reading by providing free books and positive role models to kids in need.

Anyone with information about the missing costumes is asked to call Columbus police.

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