CONCORD, N.C. - Police in Concord are trying to figure out who vandalized a church home meant to save families from homelessness.
Windows were smashed and graffiti covered the door of a mobile home owned by Pitts Baptist Church.
The neighbor who noticed the damage told Channel 9 he used to stay at the home. He said it's troubling to know someone targeted a home meant to help people.
"It makes you feel pretty bad. Someone might need the home and you can't get that one anymore,” said Caleb McDaniel.
Neighbors told police the vandals painted a gang sign on the door, but it's not clear if a gang is responsible.
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