A break-in at a Mt. Airy hospice store Thursday night delayed the store's grand opening celebration after 'extensive' damage was done.

Officials with Mountain Valley Hospice & Palliative Care says their Hospice Re-Sale Shoppe was vandalized, postponing the store's grand opening originally scheduled for Friday.

“We are still trying to determine the stolen items; but damage to our store and displays is extensive," said Sheila Jones, director of marketing for Mountain Valley Hospice & Palliative Care. “It’s so sad that someone chose to vandalize a store whose sales go to support a mission of care for terminally ill patients.”

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Jones says the shoppe will still be open with the grand opening ceremonies re-scheduled at a later date.

Anyone with information should call Mt. Airy police at (336) 786-3535.