“The CEO who runs a Denver clothing bank says police failed to arrest a three-time burglary suspect, even after he pointed out the alleged culprit to officers and showed them security video.
“The damage he has done has cost us literally thousands and thousands of dollars,” said Travis Singhaus, founder of Impact Locally, the nonprofit that operates Impact Humanity clothing store at 2526 Welton Street.
Singhaus said Humanity is one of nine programs the nonprofit operates to “basically restore dignity and hope to those living out on the street.”
He said the impetus for the nonprofit was his own homelessness 12 years ago.
“I actually saw what people experienced, and the realities they face day to day changed me forever,” he said.
Singhaus said he started getting together with friends in May of 2010, making sack lunches and handing them out.”
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Hernandez, Lance. Channel 7 News 23 June 2021.