(WBIR - Baxter, KY) Pastor Jeff Mills' home was broken into Sunday evening while he and his
family were in church service.
Past Mills said after leading a baptism service at his church, Cornerstone
Community Church, he and his wife returned to their home, which is located on
the church's property, and realized many of their valuables were stolen.
"About $1,000 cash, a shotgun, a cell phone, eight watches. I had a
bucket of change. They got my change, my wife's prescription medication, and
they just went through my drawers. They came in the house and just went through
my stuff," said Pastor Mills.
Pastor Mills said he believes the burglar knew he and his family were in
church service and therefore decided to target the Baxter, KY home.
Pastor Mills said he forgives the intruder, but still wants the person /
persons to face consequences.
"I don't have vengeance and I would like to see them get their life
straight," Pastor Mills said.
Pastor Mills said Kentucky State Police have not yet made an arrest, but
said there are suspects.
Since the burglary, Pastor Mills has taken
several security measures.