On the night of October 5th, 2013 at about 11:00 pm to Midnight, an unknown suspect went to the Greater Pentecostal Church of God and Christ located at 730 N. Cleveland and stole the copper that was connected from the building to the air-conditioning unit. The suspect was on a bicycle. If anyone can identify the suspect, please contact Det. Kennedy at 268-4234 or email at jkennedy@wichita.gov.
On the night of October 5th, 2013 at about 11:00 pm to Midnight, an unknown suspect went to the Greater Pentecostal Church of God and Christ located at 730 N. Cleveland and stole the copper that was connected from the building to the air-conditioning unit. The suspect was on a bicycle. If anyone can identify the suspect, please contact Det. Kennedy at 268-4234 or email at jkennedy@wichita.gov. Courtesy of Wichita Police Department
On the night of October 5th, 2013 at about 11:00 pm to Midnight, an unknown suspect went to the Greater Pentecostal Church of God and Christ located at 730 N. Cleveland and stole the copper that was connected from the building to the air-conditioning unit. The suspect was on a bicycle. If anyone can identify the suspect, please contact Det. Kennedy at 268-4234 or email at jkennedy@wichita.gov. Courtesy of Wichita Police Department

Police seek help in solving copper theft from church

November 07, 2013 08:33 AM

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