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Courtesy Fort Wayne Police Department

Police release photos in church burglary probe

Courtesy Fort Wayne Police Department
Courtesy Fort Wayne Police Department

Statement as issued Friday by the Fort Wayne Police Department:

Fort Wayne, Ind. – On November 15, 2012, unknown subject(s) entered and burglarized the Unitarian Church at 5310 Old Mill Rd. A loss of electronics, gift cards from a scrip program and cash were stolen (totaling approximately) $6400.00. Some gift cards were used in the days following the burglary. One of those cards was from CVS Pharmacy and it was used at the CVS Pharmacy at 3918 S. Calhoun St, Ft. Wayne, Indiana on November 18, 2012 at 6:55pm.

Attached are 3 still photos of a person that used the gift card. Detectives would like to talk to her about the use of a gift card which was taken in the burglary. Anyone knowing the (identity) of this person of interest is asked to contact the Fort Wayne Police Department at 260 427-1201 or Crime Stoppers at 260 436-STOP (7867).

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