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Sacramento food bank robbed

Burglars broke into a church food locker in Sacramento's Robla neighborhood this morning and made off with food meant for the needy.

The Rev. Shannon Fannin, founder of the food closet at Liberty Ministries Church, said if the burglars were hungry they didn't need to steal. All they had to do is ask.

"We would have given them food," he said. "They would not have had to break into anything."

The thieves broke in through a door of the food locker located in a warehouse next to the church at 4840 Marysville Blvd., the pastor said.

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The Rev. Shannon Fannin, founder of the food closet at Liberty Ministries Church, said if the burglars were hungry they didn't need to steal. All they had to do is ask.

"We would have given them food," he said. "They would not have had to break into anything."

The thieves broke in through a door of the food locker located in a warehouse next to the church at 4840 Marysville Blvd., the pastor said.

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