VIDEO: Rockledge Police Trace pizza Order, Nab 12 and 13-Year Olds For Vandalizing Church

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ABOVE VIDEO: Rockledge police said a 12-and a 13-year-old were responsible for vandalizing a youth house at a church, causing thousands of dollar in damage. (WFTV video)

BREVARD COUNTY • ROCKLEDGE, FLORIDA (WFTV) – Rockledge police said a 12-and a 13-year-old were responsible for vandalizing a youth house at a church, causing thousands of dollar in damage.

The youths were caught because they left pizza behind at Grace Fellowship Church, and police were able to trace the order.

Police said the suspects broke into the church sometime Sunday night or Monday morning and vandalized the building, leaving pieces of Little Caesars pizza behind, Rockledge police said.

They damaged music equipment, trashed a part of the youth fellowship center and spray-painted doors and chairs, police said.

“This is very expensive, very extensive and very malicious damage,” said Lt. Donna Seyferth with the Rockledge Police Department.

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Rockledge police said a 12-and a 13-year-old were responsible for vandalizing a youth house at a church, causing thousands of dollar in damage. The youths were caught because they left pizza behind at Grace Fellowship Church, and police were able to trace the order. (WFTV video image)

Rockledge police said a 12-and a 13-year-old were responsible for vandalizing a youth house at a church, causing thousands of dollar in damage. The youths were caught because they left pizza behind at Grace Fellowship Church, and police were able to trace the order. (WFTV video image)


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