Liverpool, England, Aug 5, 2019 / 14:23 pm
Merseyside Police are investigating the vandalization of St. Oswald's, a church in inner city Liverpool that had windows smashed and graffiti painted on it Saturday.
Saint Oswald King and Martyr Catholic Church was vandalized Aug. 3, the Liverpool Echo reports.
The church and its presbytery had six windows broken, and “beast” written in chalk on the outside, according to the Liverpudlian daily. The area where the windows were damaged have been boarded up.
The damage was reported to police shortly before noon, and the police believe the damage to have been inflicted earlier that morning.