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Attempted break-in causes damages to local church

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CRAIGHEAD COUNTY, AR (KAIT) -

A Craighead County sheriff’s deputy was called to County Line Church of Christ, 144 Cr 456 County Road, because a front door had been broken into.

According to an incident report, a member of the church stated that when he arrived at the church Sunday morning he saw the glass doors in front had been cracked in several spots.

The report stated it appeared that someone had picked up some broken asphalt in the parking lot and threw it at the window several times trying to break the glass out.

No one actually entered the church, according to the deputy. 

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