24th February 2020
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Imatong: Thieves steal musical instruments from church

Author : Ijoo Bosco | Published: 4 years ago

Police in Torit town in Imatong State are investigating three people suspected of stealing instruments that belong to a church.

The men, who have not been named, are said to have picked the musical instruments from the compound of the Africa Inland Church on Sunday.
According to the pastor in charge, Franko Abujon, the suspected when at night and took the items without the knowledge of the guards.
“The door was broken… they took an amplifier, organ speaker and then two microphones; wireless. We discovered that in the morning. You know that our church doesn’t have a fence,” he said, adding that entrance to the church is not restricted and that there are people who live within in the church premises.
“They could not even hear what happened in the church at that time because it was night when the things were broken inside the church.”
According to the police, the men returned to the church compound the next day and sat under a tree.
The crime officer at Torit central police division, Mr. David kasimro, says the men were arrested and some items recovered.
“We found three suspects under the tree [with] in the church [premises], one ran away but they brought two the following day. We interrogated the two suspects, they mentioned that they are three; one is a lady,” he said.
Investigations are still going on.

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