Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Police seeking man who vandalized Catholic church in North Hollywood

UPDATE: Vandal caught on camera knocking over statues, paintings at Los Angeles church

Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a man who vandalized the chapel of St. Patrick’s Catholic Church in North Hollywood Tuesday night.

The man allegedly entered the building in the 6100 block of Cahuenga Boulevard just after 9 p.m. and pushed over statues, vases and paintings.


UPDATE: Vandal caught on camera knocking over statues, paintings at Los Angeles church

FBI seeks vandals who hit Idaho LDS chapels

The FBI is seeking the public’s assistance in finding and prosecuting the person or people who vandalized several southeastern Idaho LDS chapels.

Special Agent William Facer of the FBI’s Salt Lake City office said Wednesday that the vandalism came in the form of numerous pornographic images and misspelled epithets spray-painted on church buildings at three locations in the Chubbuck, Idaho area on Nov. 6-7, 2013.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Vandal targets pro-life sign outside Catholic church in Iowa

MISSOURI VALLEY, Iowa —The congregation at St. Patrick’s Church in Missouri Valley, Iowa, said they are angry and disappointed that someone vandalized an anti-abortion sign outside the church.

Monday, February 17, 2014

Officials searching for vandal of three churches in Houston

Houston Police and Crime Stoppers are looking to catch a suspect they say has been involved in the vandalism of three churches in the Memorial area.

Three separate churches, Christ Memorial Lutheran,  St. Thomas Presbyterian and Emmanuel Episcopal Church have all been vandalized over the past year. The last of the incidents was reported late last month on Jan. 21.

One of the churches was only vandalized twice, while the other two have been targeted four times each. The acts range from smashing stained glass windows to knocking over statues, said Ryan Sullivan with Houston Crime Stoppers .


Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Police search for vandal of LDS church

BATH, Ohio — Police are asking people for tips about some graffiti that showed up on a local church.

The number sequence “666″ and an upside-down cross were painted on the wall of the LDS Church on Revere Road in Bath.

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