GOODYEAR, AZ - Police are investigating after a church was vandalized some time overnight in Goodyear.
Goodyear police say the suspects got into Desert Springs Church near Indian School Road and 144th Avenue and spray painted profanities and hate crime symbols.
Police say suspects also damaged walls and other property inside the building. They estimate the damage at approximately $20,000.
Goodyear detectives are asking anyone with information about this crime to call the investigations line at 623-882-7484 or the Goodyear Police Department non-emergency line at 623-932-1220.
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