LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Las Vegas police are asking for the public's help in identifying a suspect seen on surveillance cameras burglarizing a local church.

According to LVMPD Summerlin Command, the suspect stole over $4,000 worth of electronics equipment from a Summerlin church on Wednesday, Feb. 12.

The incident happened at International Church of Las Vegas on 8100 Westcliff Drive, according to an incident report. A youth pastor said the suspect stole a bass guitar, multiple cameras, microphones and other camera accessories from a studio inside the church.

The church was unlocked at the time of the incident due to a cleaning crew being on site, the incident report said. The report said the studio is normally locked, but was left unlocked by a building maintenance crew.

The pastor told police he didn't recognize the suspect as a member of the church, the report said.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Las Vegas police detectives at (702) 828-9459. To remain anonymous, call Crime Stoppers at (702) 385-5555.

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Medium Mack

Pretty low on the Honorable theifing lists of places to rip off !


Las Vegas needs to send out a Bum Bus to pick up and DUMP these "homeless" scumbags on the Mexican border. Quality of life is declining rapidly in Las Vegas because of the scourge of "homeless" druggies walking around with backpacks stealing, burglarizing and murdering innocent residents. Police should be able to round them all up and send them to some other liberal shthole. Portland comes to mind. The culture of loser, homeless, dirty, drug addicts that are coddled by liberal DemocRatic city officials needs to be eradicated. NOW.



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