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Church windows vandalized in Carsonville

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Source: Carsonville United Methodist Church Source: Carsonville United Methodist Church
Source: Carsonville United Methodist Church Source: Carsonville United Methodist Church
Source: Carsonville United Methodist Church Source: Carsonville United Methodist Church
CARSONVILLE, MI (WNEM) -

Authorities are offering a reward for information after a Michigan church was vandalized. 

On Sept. 22, Sanilac County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the United Methodist Church on Sheldon Street in Carsonville for a breaking and entering and vandalism complaint.

Deputies said five of the church’s stained glass window that date back to the 1800’s were shot at with possibly a BB or pellet gun. The suspects also entered the church and damaged the inside of the building while stealing some items, police said.

Deputies have not yet determined the value of the lost items.

Authorities are offering up to $500 for information leading to an arrest in the case. 

Anyone with any information is asked to call Deputy Todd Laming at (810) 648-200 ext. 648 or the Sanilac County Sheriff’s Office Detective Bureau at (810) 648-8360.

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