The NYPD is looking for vandal who urinated on the statue near the Brooklyn Church, and then broke them

The Catholic Church in Brooklyn again suffered at the hands of vandals.

The police Department of new York (NYPD) is looking for a man who allegedly urinated on and then broke two statues of angels near Our Lady of Consolation Roman Catholic Church on Metropolitan Avenue in Williamsburg. The incident occurred on Sunday, December 2, at dawn at about 4 am.

On recordings from surveillance cameras shows as unknown relieves itself near one of the statues. Then he suddenly knocks the sculpture on the ground, partially breaking it, and then does the same with the other.

He’s no angel: Police say this man peed on a pair of angel statues, pushed them to the ground and broke them at Our Lady of Consolation Roman Catholic Church in Brooklyn around 4 a.m. Sunday. NYPD»s Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating.

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According to the NYPD, then it slowly went South on Metropolitan Avenue towards Bedford Avenue. According to the police description, the suspect is about 30 years; height 6 feet (183 cm); weight — 86; body type — average. He has short brown hair. The last time he was seen in a dark coat, beige pants and sneakers Vann.

Accident investigating operative group, specializing in crimes of hate (Hate Crimes Task Force) with the NYPD.

Similar cases took place in 2013 and 2016, when the vandals destroyed and damaged angel statue. The priest at the Church told News 4 that each statue costs about $500.

Damaged Angel statues outside the church

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Police are asking anyone with any information to call the hotline number 1-800-577-TIPS. As reported by the NYPD, all calls are strictly confidential.

About a year ago, the four pilots were accused of vandalism for using spray paint caused the satanic symbols on the building of the 250-year-old Church in South Carolina.