An Arizona woman is accused of stealing musical instruments from a church over a six-week period, KNXV reported.
According to Paradise Valley police, Alexa Mills, 25, was arrested for stealing instruments from the United Methodist Church, the television station reported.
Police said xylophones, chimes, an electronic keyboard, a glockenspiel, drum set and other instruments were taken during during the six-week period, which ended Nov. 30.
Police said all of the items were pawned by Mills, KNXV reported. Police, while searching Mills’ hotel room, found a stolen laptop and guitar, along with multiple IDs and credit cards, the television station reported.
Mills was charged with identity theft and trafficking in stolen property, KNXV reported.
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