Police: Attempted Burglary At Fishtown Church Caught On Video - KMSP-TV

Police: Attempted Burglary At Fishtown Church Caught On Video

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PHILADELPHIA -

Philadelphia police are looking for two men who they say were caught on video attempting to burglarize a Fishtown church.

It all went down early Thursday morning at St. Laurentius Church in the 1600 block of East Berks Street.

A surveillance camera caught one man trying to pry open a door while another man acted as a lookout.

This comes just a couple days after we told you the building had to be closed because there are concerns damage to it could cause it to collapse. It's closed until further notice.

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