Goldsboro police arrested five people and are searching for two suspects in connection to a case involving a breaking and entering at a Goldsboro church.

Police arrested Daniel Tyler Mills, 34, of Goldsboro; Robbie Jenkins, 21, of Gene Arthur Lane, Pikeville; Bobby Ray Meadows, 37, of North East Bartlett Road, Pikeville; Erin Tyree, 35, of North East Bartlett Road, Pikeville; and Jordan Tyree, 27, of Sammy Street.

Each was arrested in connection to a May 14 breaking and entering at Bethel Church, 2308 N. William St., said LaToya Henry, spokeswoman for the city of Goldsboro.

Officers are searching for two additional suspects identified through an investigation into the breaking and entering: Dallie McGary, 31, of Goldsboro; and Shamina Breeden, 23, of Eastern Place.

McGary and Breeden have warrants for their arrest for forgery of an instrument, uttering a forged instrument, obtaining property by false pretense and possession of a counterfeit instrument.

Anyone who knows McGary or Breeden’s whereabouts should contact law enforcement or Crime Stoppers, Henry said.

Police responded to the church regarding a report of a breaking and entering, Henry said. A witness saw the suspects leaving the scene and called police.

Officers with the Goldsboro Police Department Support Services Division arrested and charged Mills with identity theft and possession of stolen goods on June 4 on North Herman Street. He was placed at the Wayne County jail under a $2,000 secured bond.

Sheriff’s deputies arrested Jenkins while he was at the Wayne County Courthouse also on June 4. He was charged with breaking and entering a place of worship, larceny after breaking and entering and possession of stolen goods and placed at the Wayne County jail under a $20,000 secured bond.

Sheriff’s deputies arrested Meadows on June 5 on North Herman Street. Meadows was charged with forgery of an instrument and possession of a counterfeit instrument. He was placed at the Wayne County jail under a $4,500 secured bond.

Officers with the GPD’s patrol shift “C” arrested Erin Tyree in the 1600 block of Clingman Street on June 6. She was charged with possession of a counterfeit instrument and placed at the Wayne County jail under a $2,500 secured bond.

Investigators with the GPD Investigations Division and officers with patrol shift “A” arrested Jordan Tyree at a residence on East Holly Street. He was placed at the Wayne County jail under a $10,000 secured bond.

Anyone with information about the breaking and entering at Bethel Church can contact Crime Stoppers at 919-735-2255 or submit a tip at p3tips.com, Henry said. Callers remain anonymous, and information leading to felony arrests is awarded up to $1,000 in cash.