A clear case of vandalism was discovered at a Dearborn church this week, according to reports.
An employee of arrived at the church Sunday morning after locking up at 11 p.m. the night prior to find the entire Parish Hall in disarray. The employee called police to report the act, but no suspect was named.
In the main room, kitchen supplies had been strewn about, including utensils, toothpicks, straws and cups. All drawers and cupboards were open and the contents thrown on the floor.
Further down the hall, toilet paper was hanging from the door knobs and tape had been stuck to the walls. Someone had written an obscene message on a water fountain with blue ink.
In the library, books were thrown all over the floor. Two fire extinguishers had been moved, but apparently not used or tampered with.
None of the damage was serious or particularly expensive; however the clean-up needed was extensive.
Police reported that the damage appeared to be the work of youth. The employee said that he would check with the parish youth group, although none of the members have a key.
No signs of forced entry were found.
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