GEORGETOWN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP/WWJ) – Suspects are being sought after a break-in and vandalism at a church in western Michigan.

The Holland Sentinel reports the front door was pried open about 3 a.m. Sunday at Georgetown Protestant Reformed Church in Ottawa County’s Georgetown Township, near Grand Rapids.

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Books and other church literature were found thrown around the lobby; and, church leader Randy VanOverloop told TV station FOX-17, some Bibles were burned.

Fire extinguishers were discharged in the pew seating area of the church.

Sheriff’s officials said a witness had called to report hearing loud noises coming from the church and spotting several suspects sitting in a vehicle in the parking lot around 3 a.m. Sunday.

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Investigators later found that someone had pried open the church’s front doors to get inside.

It does not appear that anything was stolen, and authorities have not talked about a possible motives.

There have been no arrests and tips are being sought from the public as the investigation continues.

Anyone with information should contact the sheriff’s office at 616-738-4000 or call the Silent Observer anonymously at 1-877-887-4536.

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