Thieves break into Rock Hill church food pantry

jzou@heraldonline.comSeptember 12, 2013 

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    Police found two fingerprints at the scene – one on the outside window and another on a first aid kit inside the trailer that had been moved.

A food pantry trailer at Calvary Baptist Church in Rock Hill was broken into earlier this week, police say.

Pastor Tony Slawson reported the break-in Wednesday afternoon, according to a Rock Hill police report. The break-in happened sometime between Tuesday and Wednesday.

Slawson noticed a dent under a window on the trailer, which is located on Level Street, according to the report.

Furniture and other items inside the trailer had been moved around and a prepaid cell phone was taken.

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