DENVER (CBS4) – An organization that helps Denver’s community with autism is asking for help finding out who torched one of their donated vehicles. Organizers at TACT: Teaching the Autism Community Trades say it happened at around 5 a.m. on Monday.

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TACT is located near the corner of Decatur Street and 8th Avenue, east of Federal Boulevard.

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Surveillance cameras were able to capture some of the act and the man who was at the scene.

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TACT says the vehicle is used to teach people with autism how to build engines and work on car repairs.

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CBS4 recently spoke with organization leaders about how they help people ages 5-30 in the autism community get jobs and provide on-the-job coaching.