VICTORVILLE – A male and female were detained after breaking windows at the Trinity Lutheran Church located in the 16100 block of Molino Drive Thursday evening.
Just before 5:00 p.m. a church employee noticed suspicious activity at the church and reported a possible burglary in progress. The reporting party was able to describe the suspects only as a White male with a backpack and female.
Deputies from the Victorville station arrived within minutes to find the male and female suspects just west of the church. The two were positively identified by the reporting party as the two who had broken the church windows.
Victorville Sheriff’s Station spokesperson Mara Rodriguez said the investigation is still active and she is still uncertain if any property was stolen.
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