From left, Beaufort pastors John Duncan, Randy Roberts and Alex Mark stand in front of Love House Community Bowling Center on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017. The pastors met with a suspect this week they said apologized for vandalizing the building with racist graffiti in August.
From left, Beaufort pastors John Duncan, Randy Roberts and Alex Mark stand in front of Love House Community Bowling Center on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017. The pastors met with a suspect this week they said apologized for vandalizing the building with racist graffiti in August. Stephen Fastenau sfastenau@beaufortgazette.com
From left, Beaufort pastors John Duncan, Randy Roberts and Alex Mark stand in front of Love House Community Bowling Center on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017. The pastors met with a suspect this week they said apologized for vandalizing the building with racist graffiti in August. Stephen Fastenau sfastenau@beaufortgazette.com

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