DILLON, SC (WMBF) - Dillon Police were dispatched to the Tabernacle Church Tuesday in reference to a break-in. Police then discovered a string of break-ins at the church that began in September, reports say the suspects stole a keyboard, amp, and other electronics that belonged to the church.
Police were notified of a church break-in on September 6, reports say the caller said the church door was kicked in, but nothing was missing.
Officers were dispatched to the same location on November 3 in reference to a break-in. Police arrived and the victim said the back door was kicked in and the suspect stole an earlobes amp speaker worth nearly $250, a Ivens lead guitar worth $500, a CD case of belongings that the church sold, and church license plate tags worth nearly $300.
On January 26, police were dispatched to the church in reference to a breaking and entering in progress. The caller said a vehicle was by the church and the suspects were breaking in. Upon arriving, the suspect vehicle was gone and the front door was found unlocked.
According to reports, police observed the suspect gained entrance by forcing the window air conditioner out. Police did notice tire tracks on the ground.
The assistant pastor arrived and noticed a keyboard was missing and the 16-compact effect mixer was missing.
No suspects are listed at this time, according to police.