5 Things You Need to Know this Wednesday morning

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WARM WEEK LEADS TO COLD WEEKEND:
Chuck Lofton says we better enjoy this weather while it lasts, because it will be gone by this weekend, when the first snow showers of the season are expected. Watch Chuck's forecast.

SUSPECT IN POLICE CUSTODY AFTER NORTHWEST-SIDE BEST BUY BURGLARY:
IMPD has taken one suspect into custody after he broke into a northwest-side Best Buy Wednesday morning. Police searched for the suspect for more than an hour. Learn more.

SHIPPING TIPS TO PREVENT PACKAGE THEFT THIS HOLIDAY SEASON:
Black Friday and Cyber Monday are huge shopping days for consumers, but now Package Theft Wednesday is a big day for crooks. With so many people now ordering their Holiday gifts online, thieves stealing packages off front porches is becoming a growing problem. Scott Motter, owner of The Mailing Station on Indianapolis' northeast side, offers some shipping suggestions to help prevent your packages from being stolen. Click here.

PASTOR SEEKS VANDALS WHO BROKE SECURITY CAMERAS, OFFERS HELP:
Metro Police are investigating after an east side church was vandalized twice within a week. The suspects were caught on camera, stealing security cameras on the Nu Destiny Christian Church building located on East 42nd Street. Although the cameras were taken, video of the theft remains. See the video here.

KRAVITZ: ALMOST 50 YEARS LATER, THE PACERS' FIRST-EVER GM REMEMBERS THE FRANCHISE'S BIG SUCCESSES
Bob Kravitz continues his series looking back on the Indiana Pacers formation as the team celebrates its 50th season. The team's first general manager, Mike Storen, remembers the team's biggest successes. Read Kravitz's column here.