(HAWAII NEWS NOW) — HONOLULU, Hawaii — After their Friday night service, leaders at Anchor Church in Kaneohe got a call from their alarm company notifying them of a break-in. By the time they got there, the burglars had already made off with instruments, computers, and cash. Most of what was taken can be replaced, and while it will set the church back financially, this story isn’t so much about the assets they lost; something priceless was stolen by those “desperate” criminals on Friday night.

“It’s pretty disheartening to see somebody come in, several guys, they knew what they were doing. They were trying to avoid cameras but fortunately we got them on cameras,” said Guy Souza, Facilities Manager for the church.

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