Car thief takes family's Bible; leaves purse and other valuables.
You might not think much about a car break in, but this one could be seen as a case of divine intervention.
After church this past Sunday, the Cash Family went out to eat with their church friends in Medina, Ohio.
During that time, burglars bashed out one of the back windows of their SUV.
What they got away with doesn't have much value as far as money is concerned, but when it comes to a good lesson the Noel and Pam Cash think the burglar got away with something they needed.
"They got Jesus," Noel Cash laughed.
Inside the stolen shopping bags were Bibles, Sunday school lessons and the things needed for Holy Communion.
Pam's purse was under the car seat untouched.
The GPS was left in the glove compartment.
The family, from Elyria, is relieved the culprit didn't get away with their personal information or money.
"All you can do is pray that they don't do it to anyone else or hurt anybody that it's serious where they take their life, something from them really really serious, like their identity," Pam said.
Police told the Cash family they are seeing lots of car break-ins right now in the Medina Township area where the incident happened.