Police ID man accused of firing into church, stealing music equipment

Police ID man accused of firing into church, stealing music equipment

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Travis Robins is accused of breaking into Mt. Olive Baptist Church on Oct. 23, Henry County police said.
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  • Travis Robins has warrants out for his arrest in Henry County, McDonough and DeKalb County.
  • Anyone with information about the church incident is asked to call police.

Henry County police have identified a man they believe fired into a church last October and stole the ministry’s music equipment.

Travis Robins is accused of breaking into Mt. Olive Baptist Church in the 400 block of Mt. Olive Road on Oct. 23, police said in a Facebook post.

Surveillance cameras caught a silver 2004-2008 Chevy Trailblazer rolling up on the church, according to Channel 2 Action News.

Robins shot through the glass doors, investigators said.

Not only does he have a warrant out for his arrest in Henry County, he has warrants in the city of McDonough and DeKalb County, according to police.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call police.

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