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Actor and comedian Kevin Hart donated $250K of his own money to purchase 500 computers for struggling schools and recreational centers in his native Philadelphia. But, a little over a month later, a few of those computers were stolen from a Southwest Philadelphia rec center.
Police are searching for a thief who took the goods Thursday, December 12. But here's the kicker. There weren't any signs of forced entry, nor are there any security cameras at the location. This actually follows two similar beaking and entering situations at rec centers.
Hart is aware of the issue, and sent a message to the thieves via Instagram. "This is a message to all of the kids at the schools that were affected... ignorance like this only motivates me to do more... I will be back but I'm doing bigger & better this time. I put on for my city," read the message.
The investigation is on going. Hear more about the case in the video below, and find Kevin Hart's full message on the following page.