A rock was reportedly thrown through the window of a Beaufort church over the weekend, according to the Beaufort Police Department.
One of the multi-paned windows of the Baptist Church of Beaufort's fellowship hall had a large hole in it on Monday, according to police spokeswoman Inv. Stephanie Karafa. The glass was broken some time between about 2 p.m. on Friday and 4 p.m. on Monday.
Shattered glass from the window and a rock the size of a golf ball were found near the window of the Charles Street church, Karafa said. The cost to repair the window is estimated to be approximately $500.
No suspects or witnesses to the incident had come forward or been identified by Wednesday afternoon.
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A phone call to the church office for comment was not immediately returned on Wednesday.