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Church Trailer Reported Stolen Found

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CLOVIS, Calif. (KMPH) -

Clovis police have found a church trailer that had been reported stolen over the weekend.

Loma Vista Community Church's 24-foot-long Haulmark trailer was reported missing shortly before 7:30 a.m. on Sunday from 1030 Gettysburg Avenue.

The trailer was valued at $20,000. 

Audio equipment, portable stages, a computer, 16-channel sound board, portable signs, a church banner, children's ministry coloring books and rugs and about 100 bibles estimated at about $34,000 were inside of the trailer.

Police say the Joe Lavagnino, the church's pastor, discovered the trailer had been missing after he drove to the church office to get the trailer for Sunday services at Reyburn Intermediate School.

If you would like to help Loma Vista Community Church rebuild, you can call Lead Pastor Joe Lavagnino at (559) 292-7974.

The church office is located at 1030 Gettysburg Ave. #101, Fresno CA 93612.

 

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