According to the Lansing State Journal, the Greater Lansing Food Bank, which is located on Mint Road in Lansing, was robbed earlier this week. Officials say the break-in occurred sometime Monday night or early Tuesday morning. The thieves took computers, money and other items.

The Greater Lansing Food Bank provides emergency food to over 140 food pantries, shelters, and community kitchens in seven mid-Michigan counties including Clinton, Eaton, Ingham, Clare, Isabella, Gratiot and Shiawassee counties. Click here if you would like to make a monetary donation to the Greater Lansing Food Bank. You can also make a donation of fresh, canned, or boxed food items at the Greater Lansing Food Bank at 2116 Mint Road in Lansing. Donation hours are Monday to Friday between 8am and 4pm. You can call 517-908-3691 to find out more information about how to donate food. Click here to learn more about food donations.

Police say the break-in investigation is ongoing. Click here to read more about the break-in.