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Sinners swipe sign from church

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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - A Cleveland church is upset after a couple of sinners swiped a specially made sign from the church.

Pastor Albert Lewis of the Foundation of Grace Christian Center said the East 105th church had a big sign made to promote a back to school event at the second annual festival next Saturday.

"We just didn't understand," said Pastor Albert Lewis. "All we could see was an act of the devil to just try and stop what we're doing out here."

 

[TAKE SOT

{The church spent a couple hundred for materials and to have the sign painted and it stood right here it was huge eight feet long and twelve feet tall a beacon if you will for something positive in this neighborhood why would somebody steal that.}

[TAKE SOT

AT: 5:03

TO: 5:08

DURATION:0:05]

{valndalism is all all i can see in this whole thing i dont even know what they could do with it.}

 

WITH THE SIGN STOLEN, THEY'RE NOW WORRRIED SOME NEIGHBORHOOD KIDS,[Notes:show paintings here]

LIKE THE ONES WHO CREATED THESE PICTURES, WILL MISS THE CHANCE TO GET FREE SCHOOL SUPPLIES.

 

[TAKE SOT

AT: 5:31

TO: 5:42

DURATION:0:11]

{not going to slow down at all matter of fact it causes me to move stronger and harder to fight for this community because this community needs our help.}

BRIAN DUFFY 19 ACTION NEWS.

 

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