Musical instruments stolen from Park Rynie church

The church ceiling where the burglars are believed to have gained access though.

Police ask the public to keep their eyes peeled for anyone who may be found in the possession of musical instruments and sound equipment and attempting to sell it.

This follows a burglary at a church on First Street in Park Rynie.

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It is believed that the items were stolen last week sometime between Tuesday evening at 8pm and Thursday morning at 8.45am.

“The roof tiles had been removed to gain entry and a window had also been removed,” said Scottburgh Saps communications officer, Captain Vincent Pandarum.

Stolen items include sound amplifiers, a keyboard, drum kit, speakers, a television and other valuable sound and musical equipment.

The window was removed in order for the instruments to be removed from the building.

Scottburgh Saps have registered a case of business burglary for investigation.

Anyone who may have information on the case is to contact the detective service at 039-9781900, Crime Stop at 08600 10111 or their nearest police station on 10 111.

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