Police search for suspects in church vandalism case

The Eugene Police Department is asking the public for help solving a church vandalism case. They said the suspects left thousands of dollars in damages.

Posted: Nov 21, 2017 5:30 PM

EUGENE, Ore. -- Eugene police are looking for whoever is responsible for breaking into a Eugene church and vandalizing it.

Investigators said whoever did this did not steal anything but they did leave about $10,000 in damages.


Members at Emerald Bible Fellowship said a neighbor saw several boys breaking into their church and van on October 7. They found damages inside the church including broken glass, spray-painted walls, damaged furniture and musical instruments and a broken fish tank.

Officers are asking anyone who may have seen anything suspicious to call police.

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