Young man with Down Syndrome has Tumoulin wood stall vandalised

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Young man with Down Syndrome is left devastated after his wood stall is robbed by heartless thugs - but there's a touching ending to the story Jack Zieth had his wood stall robbed three times in one month and vandalised Thieves stole six bags of wood and vandalised signs on the Queensland stand Chef of Shangri-La in Cairns donated 200kg of wood to Jack in wake of robbery 

By Eliza Mcphee For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 01:46 BST, 18 October 2019 | Updated: 07:24 BST, 18 October 2019

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A young man with Down Syndrome has been left devastated after his roadside wood stall was vandalised by heartless thieves.

Jack Zieth, 20, from Tumoulin in Far North Queensland had his 'Jack's Hardwood & Woodcrafts' stall robbed three times earlier this month. 

His family said the vandalism was a 'targeted attack' and revealed the stall's signs had been destroyed by the gutless criminals. 

Jack, (pictured with wood stall), from Tumoulin in Northern Queensland had his 'Jack's Hardwood & Woodcrafts' stall robbed three times earlier this month

Jack, (pictured with wood stall), from Tumoulin in Northern Queensland had his 'Jack's Hardwood & Woodcrafts' stall robbed three times earlier this month

Jack's mother Nicki Zieth revealed the thieves had left behind less than a dollar for the wood as a cruel insult. 

'The first day the crappy humans left 80cents total for 3 bags, yesterday 20cents for 3 bags,' Mrs Zieth she wrote on Facebook.  

'Jack just doesn't understand why someone would be taking his

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