, Muskogee, OK

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April 16, 2014

Vandals strike at three Okay churches

Okay police and Wagoner County sheriff’s deputies are investigating vandalism at First Christian Fellowship, First Baptist Church and on the sign for the First United Methodist Church.

Okay police Chief Fred Winters said the vandalism, which happened Tuesday night, involved spray paint at all three churches.

The Methodist church burned last year, and Winters said the vandalism may or may not be related. All information regarding the vandalism will be turned over to the FBI, he said.

If you have any information about the vandalism in Okay, contact Winters at (918) 687-6585 or the Wagoner County Sheriff’s Office at (918) 485-3124.

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