CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A southwest Charlotte community is shaken after a break-in at a church building.
Computers, TV's and phones were stolen.
The building is part of United Missionary Baptist Church and the electronics were used for an after-school program that was held there.
Program organizers said police have a lead on the crime.
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