Pastor: Church van stolen in Norwood

A pastor says his van was stolen near a Norwood church.



Pastor James Miller, of the Good News Christian Church , says he parked his 1997 Dodge minivan on Tuesday around 9 p.m. around Reservoir Oval West.



When he returned two days later from a ministry trip to Connecticut, he says the van had disappeared.



Miller says he uses the van for 80 percent of his job helping to serve the community.



There were no security cameras in the area where the van was stolen. Police are investigating the case.



 


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