Church Keyboard Swiped During Burglary

The pastor says the window of the church had been smashed and the keyboard was gone

By Lauren DiSanto
|  Sunday, Sep 9, 2012  |  Updated 7:36 PM EDT
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A southwest Philadelphia church has lost a key ingredient of their Sunday service. Parishioners say a thief or thieves stole their organ. NBC10's Monique Braxton reports.

NBC10 Philadelphia - Monique Braxton

A southwest Philadelphia church has lost a key ingredient of their Sunday service. Parishioners say a thief or thieves stole their organ. NBC10's Monique Braxton reports.

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Rev. Paul Moore from the New Fellowship Church in Southwest Philadelphia found out his church had been burglarized on Saturday.

Rev. Moore tells NBC10 that when he arrived at his church at 7001 Woodland Avenue, he saw a smashed window and found out the keyboard was missing.

The keyboard is the one used by the church choir during Sunday services. Rev. Moore says someone dropped off a keyboard for the church to borrow so that services were not interrupted.

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