Suspects arrested in Lincoln Food Pantry burglary

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Lincoln -  Two are now under arrest in connection with the recent burglary of the Lincoln Food Pantry.

William Bryles, 47, was arrested earlier this week. Police say Bryles' brother James was arrested Tuesday at a residence in Lincoln after the department received several tips on his whereabouts.

James Bryles is currently in the Logan County jail pending his first court appearance.

 

Lincoln Police said, the Lincoln-Logan Food Pantry was broken into sometime between Sunday around 5p.m., and Monday at 9 a.m. The suspects allegedly broke in through the south door, and took a large amount of items from the pantry. Police say $300.00 worth of meat was taken along with other food.


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