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A German church was rioted by vandals

Unidentified person(s) have caused several damages inside the Catholic Provost Church of St Trinitatis in Leipzig.


On 27 December in the afternoon, he rioted in the church, threw various books around and damaged the nativity figures. The damage was estimated at a three-digit amount by the police.

Earlier on the same day, unknown persons had already opened an offertory box in the church. During the opening hours of the parish, vandals had torn out an integrated granite cash box and taken it away. 


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