May 03, 2015 News
Police have detained a suspect in relation to the theft of an amplifier and a projector which were stolen from The People’s Restoration Ministries Church, located at Richmond Village, Essequibo Coast.
Last week’s incident was the third such act of sacrilege which the members and followers of the Church have experienced over the period of eight years.
While police continue to investigate the matter, reports are that some time last week thieves entered the back entrance of the Church building and stole the amplifier and a projector.
Police, upon learning about the incident, visited the building, at Richmond and located a bicycle which was apparently left in front of the Church building. The owner of the bicycle had apparently fled.
A few years back, the Church was vandalized and in one instance, a man was jailed for stealing a key board.
Pastor of the Church, Samuels, is hoping that the police would find the person who stole the electronic items and the articles be recovered.
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