Suspects in custody for church, golf course break-ins

Two people arrested in connection with a golf course break-in in Allegan County have been connected to a series of breaking and enterings of churches and a golf course in Northwest Ottawa County, police said. A 21-year-old male and a 21-year-old female, who reside together in Grand Haven Township, are currently lodged in the Allegan County Jail, said Lt. Mark Bennett of the Ottawa County Sheriff's Department.
Tribune Staff
Apr 21, 2011

Following an interview with the suspects, a warrant was obtained to search their home, where more than $10,000 worth of stolen goods were recovered, Bennett said. Most of that has been returned to the owners.

Police have been investigating the break-ins for the past three weeks, including ones at West Olive Christian Reformed Church, Robinson Grace Bible Church, Lifetree Community Church and the Pigeon Creek Golf Course.

Bennett said it is possible the suspects may be connected to other cases in Ottawa County, as well as other jurisdictions.

Anyone with information on these incidents are asked to call 1-877-88 SILENT, or go online to www.mosotips.com.

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