Police: LDS Cedar Hills meetinghouse vandalized


CEDAR HILLS, Utah (AP) — Police had launched an investigation after a Cedar Hills meetinghouse of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was vandalized.

The Deseret News reports American Fork Police Lt. Josh Christensen says the vandalism occurred Friday after someone got into the building and overturned or broke all of the chairs and couches, and destroyed the thermostats.

Christensen says the vandal or vandals also spray painted “scribbles” on a classroom table and chalkboard.

Christensen says the damage is estimated to be at least $2,000.

No arrests have been made.

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