Unfortunately, for the amazing team at the Travis Mills Foundation, they are no strangers to tools being stolen from their job sites.

Here is what we know so far from the Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel:

Maine State Police are investigating the theft of power tools from a construction site in Rome owned by the Travis Mills Foundation that will eventually serve as a retreat for combat-injured veterans and their families, the third such instance of theft in recent years linked to the foundation.

The tools belong to Above and Beyond LLC, a Lewiston company that is overseeing the renovation project, said Lynn Harvey, executive director of the foundation, in a news release. Workers noticed that the tools were missing when they entered the work site Monday morning and state police responded there to investigate.

We will keep you all posted on the story as more details become available to us.