Hastings Police are asking for help catching a vandal who spray painted possibly satanic graffiti on the side of a church. Five-pointed stars inside circles and an upside down cross have now been washed off of St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Church’s brick walls and windows, but remnants of the graffiti remain. Hastings Police Chief Paul Schnell says the nature of this vandalism is a concern to his department.
Authorities are investigating after someone took a can of spray paint overnight Tuesday and vandalized the outside of Temple Israel, just off Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis.
Police are trying to catch vandals who caused more than $7,000 worth of damage to street signs in Eagan.
A Bemidji church official says he’s not discouraged after more than a dozen signs supporting the marriage amendment hanging outside the building were vandalized.
In Brooklyn Park, a group of very angry homeowners are coming together after they say their “VOTE NO” signs were stolen or damaged.
The debate over the marriage amendment is turning ugly in one West St. Paul Neighborhood.
The man police say was responsible for causing more than $7,500 worth of damage to Buffalo area churches says he believes God wants him to “hurt people.”
The motive behind a Buffalo man’s church vandalism spree is more clear – it was Wade Murray’s anger with God.
The man believed to have vandalized six churches in Buffalo, Minn., over the weekend has been arrested, police say.
Police say a sixth church in Buffalo was apparently another target in a string of vandalism currently being investigated as a possible bias crime. The Buffalo Police chief says damage was discovered at Buffalo United Methodist Church late yesterday afternoon.
Police are searching for the person responsible for vandalizing multiple churches in Buffalo, Minn., over the weekend.
People living in Bloomington are keeping a close eye on their political lawn signs. That’s because someone vandalized several “Vote No” marriage amendment signs sometime between Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.
Three juveniles have been charged with allegedly causing extensive amount of damage to – as well as burglarizing from – a Big Lake church.
Two teenagers face felony vandalism charges after allegedly running amuck in St. Cloud, spray-painting buildings, slashing tires and breaking the mailboxes of some 20 victims over the weekend.
Crime Stoppers are teaming up with police and offering up to $1,000 to anyone who has information in finding the man believed to be involved with vandalizing two Minneapolis businesses based on ethnic backgrounds.