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Bloomington man broke in, stole items from local nonprofit, police say

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BLOOMINGTON — A Bloomington man is accused of breaking into and stealing phones, laptops and other items from a nonprofit organization.

Timothy T. Grayson, 34, is charged with one count of burglary.

Timothy T. Grayson

Timothy T. Grayson, 34, of Bloomington, is charged with burglary at Project Oz, 1105 W Front St, Bloomington. 

In a probable cause statement, prosecutors said he broke into Project Oz, 1105 W. Front St., Bloomington, sometime between June 4 and 7.

Prosecutors said he stole six iPhones, two Samsung smartphones, four laptops, two laptop backpacks, clothing, 60 gift cards and cash.

Grayson remains jailed in lieu of posting $2,035.

He was ordered to have no contact with Project Oz, which provides crisis intervention and various resources for young people. 

An arraignment is scheduled for July 2.

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