St. Louis Church Burglarized Three Times in April
ST. LOUIS (AP) - Police in St. Louis are looking for suspects who burglarized a church on the city's north side, three times this month.
KSDK-TV reports that thieves have taken computers, refrigerators, musical equipment, even a jar of coins from New Direction Christian Church. They also ransacked offices and damaged doors at the church that prides itself on community outreach, offering a food pantry twice a month.
But a freezer was among the stolen items, so now, there is no place to store perishable foods.
The church is getting a new security system. Wires on the old system were cut in another break-in months ago.