Police arrested a sixth suspect in connection to a May breaking and entering at a Goldsboro church.

Officers with the Goldsboro Police Department’s A shift arrested Dallie Victoria McGary, 31, of Clay Brooke Drive, at a residence on West Grantham Street on Thursday. She is charged with one felony count of forgery of instrument, one felony count of uttering a forged instrument and one felony count of obtaining property by false pretense.

McGary was booked in the Wayne County jail under a $6,000 secured bond. Her first court appearance is Monday.

McGary is the sixth suspect arrested in a Goldsboro Police Department investigation into a breaking and entering at Bethel Church on North William Street, said LaToya Henry, spokeswoman for the city of Goldsboro.

Counterfeit is defined as “means to manufacture, copy, reproduce or forge an instrument that purports to be genuine, but is not,” under N.C. General Statute 14-199(a)(1). The statute defines instrument as “any currency, bill, note, warrant, check, order or similar instrument of or on any financial institution or governmental unit, or any cashier or officer of the institution or unit; or any security issued by, or on behalf of, any corporation, financial institution or governmental unit.”

Police are still searching for a seventh suspect, Shamina Breeden, 23, of Eastern Place, Henry said.

Breeden is wanted on forgery of an instrument, uttering a forged instrument, obtaining property by false pretense and possession of a counterfeit instrument. Anyone who knows Breeden’s whereabouts is asked to call law enforcement or Crime Stoppers.

During the course of a monthlong investigation, officers 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.

Mills is charged 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.

Jenkins is charged with breaking and entering a place of worship, larceny after breaking and entering and possession of stolen goods. He was placed at the Wayne County jail under a $20,000 secured bond.

Meadows is 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.

Erin Tyree is charged with possession of a counterfeit instrument and was placed at the Wayne County jail under a $2,500 secured bond.

Jordan Tyree is charged with breaking and entering a place of worship, larceny after breaking and entering and possession of stolen goods. He was placed at the Wayne County jail under a $10,000 secured bond.

Police responded to Bethel Church just after 8 a.m. on May 14 regarding a report of a breaking and entering, Henry said. A witness saw a vehicle with “several” occupants fleeing the scene and called police.

The witness described seeing an older model blue four-door sedan with its door open parked near an entrance on the east side of the building, according to a Goldsboro Police Department incident report. Police found a church door pried open and numerous electronics missing.

Stolen items included: two iPads, $1,600; one Toshiba laptop, $500; one MacBook Pro, $350; one PlayStation 3, $500; one LED stage light, $300; one Xbox One, $200; two Alexa Echos, $200; and one sixth generation iPad, $200. Total value of stolen property is $5,700, according to the report.

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.