Long Island church grounds vandalized again

BABYLON VILLAGE, N.Y. (AP) - A Roman Catholic church on Long
Island has been vandalized again.

Police in New York's Suffolk County say someone spray painted
anti-religious phrases on the grounds of St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Babylon Village sometime between Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning.

Investigators with the Hate Crimes Squad say the church and its grounds have been the target of multiple incidents of vandalism over the past year.

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