Woodland Hills Community Church, located in a quiet residential neighborhood at Canoga Avenue and Dumetz, has been vandalized – again. The church has been targeted several times over the last two weeks. After an altercation October 21 with a MeetUp group that tried to enter the premises without permission, and then responded with “aggressive and racial threats” according to the church, a peace sign was vandalized with black spray paint. The peace sign was again attacked on October 26, and then on October 27 all exterior copper piping and regulators that supply water to the church’s meeting hall and nursery were stolen. On October 30 and 31, one individual damaged and stole outdoor security cameras and flood lights. A church spokesperson said they did not know if the crimes were related, and said the pipe repair cost them $3,900, which they did not have in their budget. “We have since heard from many neighbors that our peace sign was a joy to them and gave hope to the neighborhood,” the spokesperson said. Anyone with information on the crimes can call the church at (818) 346-0820 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Woodland Hills Community Church Vandalized… Again
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