A second Binghamton church has lost property and sustained damage as the result of a break-in.

The latest break-in was believed to be the third burglary at the church in its 20-year history on Court Street. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

The latest burglary occurred at The Landmark Church at 126 Court Street. The break-in happened four days after a similar incident was reported at another downtown church.

Pastor Daniel Little said The Landmark Church was entered after a small window on the back of the building was broken. He said some things inside the church were smashed by an intruder who wound up taking only a small flat-screen television.

The Court Street church is located just east of the Security Mutual Building. It's about a block away from the United Presbyterian Church on Chenango Street, which was burglarized last week.

Binghamton police detective Captain John Ryan said the latest break-in was discovered by an officer doing a building check around 2:40 Tuesday morning.

Ryan said the burglars in both incidents apparently were looking for office electronic equipment.

Ryan urged people to keep a "watchful eye" in the area of churches and to notify police immediately if they notice anything suspicious.

A police car outside The Landmark Church following a burglary on May 22, 2018. (Photo: Bob Joseph/WNBF News)

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