Brooklyn Unitarian church robbed, vandalized

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS - Police are searching for the suspects who robbed and vandalized a Brooklyn Unitarian church last week.

Authorities say thousands of dollars of electronic equipment, along with the Sunday collection, was stolen from the Brooklyn Heights church. According to Minister Patrick O'Neill, the robbers left behind a swastika and other religious and racial epithets on the basement door.

O'Neill says the Unitarian church accepts all races, religions and sexual orientations. The NYPD Hate Crimes Unit is also investigating the incident.

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