Gods Pantry Food Bank Broken Into Over Weekend

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Updated: 3/18 5:21 pm
The organizers of God's Pantry Food Bank in Lexington are receiving help from the community after their home at Central Christian Church was broken into this past weekend.

They say around one hundred and fifty dollars worth of food was taken and three of the church's windows were heavily damaged.

Regardless, organizers are very grateful to those helping replace the stolen food.

God's pantry says anyone who needs food can still stop by... as they are still fully functional.

They say the church is in the process of repairing the damage.

The Lexington Police say no arrests have been made.


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