Last week, the Queens St. Nicholas of Tolentine Church’s Nativity Scene was vandalized.
Two individuals vandalized the display on January 5th between 7:50 and 9.50 p.m.
The vandals tore down the protective plastic covering and tore off the Christmas lights before bringing the figures down.
John Quaglione was the Roman Catholic Diocese Brooklyn’s deputy press secretary. He told QNS the nativity had been fixed since then.
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“One of them went inside the nativity and pulled the figures off of Blessed Mother and baby Jesus which were nailed to the wooden platform,” Quaglione said. “They then destroyed all the light decorations outside and inside.”
The two suspects were captured arriving on a scooter at 7.53 p.m., and returning to their vehicle at 9.45 p.m. with two scooters.
The photos and descriptions of the suspects were not made public.
No arrests were made.