UPDATE: Business replaces tools stolen from wounded warrior's home
MANCHESTER (WGME) -- We have an update on a story we first told you about Tuesday.
Tools and equipment were stolen earlier this week from contractors building the future home of wounded warrior Travis Mills, his wife, and young daughter.
Mills is one of five quadruple amputees from the war in Afghanistan and Iraq.
One suspect is in custody and police are looking for others, but the theft only delayed the project two hours.
Hammond Lumber loaded a truck with new tools and equipment and drove them to this job site, so the men could continue working on the project.
Travis Mills says without that gesture, his family may not have been able to move in on schedule.