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Police: 6 vehicles broken into during church services in Eagle Mountain

By Jacob Klopfenstein, | Posted - Dec. 23, 2018 at 2:02 p.m.

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EAGLE MOUNTAIN — Police are investigating a series of vehicle break-ins that took place near a church on Sunday morning.

The “smash and grabs” took place during church hours at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at 7241 N. Ute Drive in Eagle Mountain, according to Utah County Sheriff’s Department Sgt. B.J. Eckles.

There were three break-ins at the church, along with two others at another nearby church, according to Eckles. A sixth break-in occurred at a house in the area, he said.

Dash-cam video footage provided to shows two men walking around the church parking lot before briefly inspecting several items. Eckles confirmed that the two men seen in the footage are suspected to be involved in the break-ins.

No other information about the incidents was immediately available.


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