Two men are charged with a string of burglaries that happened at church buildings in Dartmouth, N.S. late last year. Investigators in the General Investigation Section of the Criminal Investigation Division say both men are 28. One is a resident of Dartmouth and the other is of Timberlea.
The break-ins happened between September 17 and 20. Congregations whose buildings were damaged as the pair stole their property include South End Baptist Church, Lutheran Church of our Savior, Church of the Holy Spirit, Grace Baptist Church, and St. James United Church.
Police have not said why the men targeted churches.
A press release issued late Friday says the accused men are scheduled to appear in Dartmouth Provincial Court.
What others are reporting:
Chronicle Herald: Two men charged in rash of break-ins at Dartmouth churches
Halifax Today: Two charged in break-ins at multiple Dartmouth churches