Bond set for suspects charged in Petal church burglary

Bond set for suspects charged in Petal church burglary
Mark Westbrook. Source: Forrest County Jail.
Dustin Ainsworth. Source: Forrest County Jail.
Dustin Ainsworth. Source: Forrest County Jail.
Surveillance video from inside Petal Harvey Baptist Church. Source: Petal Police Department
Surveillance video from inside Petal Harvey Baptist Church. Source: Petal Police Department

PETAL, MS (WDAM) - Bond has been set for two suspects charged in connection to a Petal church burglary.

According to police, the two men broke into Petal Harvey Baptist Church Friday.

Mark Westbrook, 27, was arrested Saturday by the Petal Police Department.  Investigator Sammy Ray said he is believed to be one of two men who broke into Petal Harvey Baptist Church in the early hours Friday morning.  Westbrook is charged with burglary of a commercial building.

Dustin Wayne Ainsworth, 25, of Petal, was arrested Friday evening and booked in the Forrest County Jail.  He is also charged with burglary of a commercial building.

Both suspects had their bonds set at $25,000.

Investigator Ray said a few personal items were taken from the church, but nothing like computers or electronics.

He said they are still trying to piece together exactly what was removed.

Both men are booked at the Forrest County Jail.