Two rural Choctaw Indian churches were burglarized last week in different parts of the county.

Holy Rosary Indian Mission at Tucker was broken into on Friday and two televisions, two bottles of wine, blessed ashes and the cloth off of the altar were stolen, according to the Neshoba County Sheriff’s Department. 




Investigator Kevin Baysinger said the mission had been broken into two times previously, but nothing had been taken until this third break-in.

Bogue Chitto Indiana Baptist Church on Highway 491 north was broken into Sunday and three air conditioning units were stolen. The units were stacked up outside at the rear of the church with a piece of plywood covering them.

In other cases:

• A theft was reported Wednesday at a residence located off of Road 101. According to the victim, two rings and some pain pills were stolen.

• A shed was reported burglarized Thursday off of Road 1147. According to the report, a welder and cutting torch were taken.

• A TV was reported stolen Friday from a residence on Cumberland Avenue. According to the victims, they returned home after being gone a couple of weeks and noticed their TV missing.

• An auto burglary was reported Thursday at a location off of Line Street. According to the victim, a wallet was left in the vehicle and when the victim returned to the vehicle, it was noticed that a debit card was missing from the wallet. According to the victim, the card had been used a couple of times after it was stolen.

• An auto burglary was reported Friday at a location off of Davis Street. According to the victim, a purse was left in the vehicle and when the victim returned to the vehicle, she noticed that her wallet was on top of the purse and the wallet was unzipped. The victim reported that an undisclosed amount of cash was missing from the wallet.