Food burglarized from Columbus Korean Methodist Church and House of Prayer Christian Church

tstevens@ledger-enquirer.comMay 20, 2013 

Two churches reported they were burglarized after members found food missing between Friday and Sunday, according to Columbus Police reports.

Officers met members of the Columbus Korean Methodist Church on Gentian Boulevard Friday after an unknown person was seen coming in the Eastside Door sometime during Thursday night. Church members found one can of Coca Cola and a Capri Sun missing, according to the report.

The suspect in that burglary was described as a 6-foot tall black man who was wearing black pants and a dark-colored hoodie.

Sunday, officers were dispatched to House of Prayer Christian Church in reference to a burglary. A deacon told officers that an unknown person had pried the metal off the back east side of the building. After they were inside, suspects emptied a refrigerator where $200 worth of food from a recent gathering had been stored.

No suspect was named or described in the burglary of the House of Prayer Christian Church. No further details were available.

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