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Vandal Throws Two Large Rocks at Forest Hills Church, Smashes Glass Front Doors

Two rocks were thrown through the glass front doors at Grace Lutheran Church in Forest Hills Saturday

Dec. 8, 2021 By Christian Murray

A church in Forest Hills was vandalized this past weekend with two large rocks thrown through the glass front doors.

Parishioners of Grace Lutheran Church, located at 103-15 Union Tpke., discovered Saturday the glass front doors smashed by rocks. The damaged glass included stained glass inserts.

A source provided photos of the damage.

Police said that they received a call at around 7 p.m. about the vandalism. The incident is being investigated as a case of criminal mischief—as opposed to a hate crime. There have been no arrests.

Grace Lutheran Church, located at 103-15 Union Tpke., was vandalized Saturday (GMaps)

Two rocks were thrown through the glass front doors at Grace Lutheran Church in Forest Hills Saturday


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