Burglar eats 3 pizzas, ice cream during church break-in
OLD ORCHARD BEACH, Maine (AP) - Police say a hungry burglar helped himself to three frozen pizzas and some ice cream at a church before vandalizing the building.
Pastor Michael Gray said in an email the unidentified burglar ate food and broke the door to the church's food pantry along with a vase and some other objects.
The Journal Tribune reports the suspect got into the Old Orchard Beach United Methodist Church through a door that was left open. Church officials say they will be more careful with building security.
The church asks members in a Facebook post to "pray for the person or persons" involved in the crime. Police continue to investigate.
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