(Albuquerque, N.M.) — KOAT TV reports a Salvation Army van containing $6,000 worth of Christmas toys was stolen in Farmington Tuesday night. Salvation Army officials say the toys were supposed to be handed out to kids need in Farmington next week. Police say the white 2011 Sienna Minivan was stolen from the Walmart on East Main Street in Farmington. The van had two Salvation Army magnets on the side, but police warn they may have been removed. It had an NM License plate, #614RLG. Anyone with information on the stolen van should contact Farmington police. If you’d like to help replace the toys you can contact Lt. Rockwell with the Salvation Army his number is 505-327-5117.