It’s a problem some churches didn’t know how to handle until now. One security company is using its power to partner with a symbol that needs a little help this holiday season.
Each year, Baby Jesus figurines are stolen from nativity scenes across the country. Now, church owners are fighting back.
A GPS device is put inside the doll to prevent theft.
“And the beauty of this is it really works and it’s simple to use,” said Alan Czyzewski, Parishioner at St. Ambrose Church in New Jersey.
Brickhouse Securities gives out free GPS devices to qualified religious institutions. Then they track the movements.
“We then monitor it from our cloud-based mapping system, and set up alerts so that they’ll get a text message or an e-mail if Baby Jesus is in motion,” said Todd Morris, CEO of Brickhouse Securities.
Religious groups can apply at www.brickhousesecurity.comW for their free GPS device