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Guelph woman arrested after equipment stolen from church

A Guelph police cruiser appears in a file photo. (Submitted) A Guelph police cruiser appears in a file photo. (Submitted)

A woman is facing charges after $7,600 in electronic equipment was stolen from a church in downtown Guelph.

Police say an employee of the church discovered the break-in on the morning of April 24.

Four large speakers, microphones, a digital camera, and other electronics were taken.

Investigators believe suspects hid inside the church until it closed.

Two men and a woman were caught on video in the church’s sanctuary and backstage areas.

On Monday morning, a 23-year-old Guelph woman was arrested downtown and charged with break, enter and commit theft.

Police are still trying to identify the two men involved. Top Stories


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