Church's Stolen Items Recovered - KULR-8 Television, Billings, MT

Church's Stolen Items Recovered

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Billings police say they've recovered some of the items taken from a church earlier this week.

Lt. Jeremy House says they found those items from the Hope Center Foursquare Church in a storage shed behind a house on south 26th street after receiving a tip from a neighbor.

They searched the property after getting permission from the property owner, who identified his property. Officers seized the rest. Police say the suspect doesn't live there but had permission to store things there.

A church employee identified some of the equipment officers found. The stolen lawn mower has not been recovered. Police are still looking for the suspect.

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