Police seek person of interest in Lemoyne church burglary

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Virgil Lee Collins (Photo Credit: West Shore Regional Police)

Virgil Lee Collins (Photo Credit: West Shore Regional Police)

LEMOYNE, Pa. — Police  are seeking the public’s help in finding a man who may be involved in a recent church burglary in Cumberland County.

The theft happened on May 19 at Grace United Methodist Church located along the 300 block of Herman Avenue in Lemoyne. A laptop computer was taken.

According to police, Virgil Lee Collins, 62,  is considered a person of interest in the case. Investigators said Collins was last known to reside in Harrisburg.

Photo Credit: West Shore Regional Police

Photo Credit: West Shore Regional Police

 

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