KINSTON - An unknown suspect who broke into a Kinston home wasn't there for the bread, and may not have been a fan of eggs. According to an officer with the Kinston Department of Public safety, the suspect instead stole $15 worth of bacon.
According to the Kinston Free Press, a person living on Hardin Avenue complained to police about the break in and the breakfast food that was missing from his fridge.
Spokesperson for KPDS Woody Spencer told the Free Press the victim had purchased the bacon around Christmas.
"The victim advised the officer that someone keeps coming over to his house, stealing his food and leaving the lights on," said Spencer.
Police aren't sure who's responsible.
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