St James Episcopal Church targeted by vandals again

The smashed window at Stonehaven's St James Episcopal Church
The smashed window at Stonehaven's St James Episcopal Church

A church in Stonehaven has been targeted by vandals, with more damage being caused than in previous attacks.

The St James Episcopal Church, in Arbuthnott Street, found that a large length of wood had been used to smash two 120-year old stained glass windows .

The church looking better

The church looking better

One of the windows, representing St Andrew, will have to be removed so that the leading can be reconstituted over a four-inch hole.

The damage was discovered after people representing the church returned from a day enjoying the Feein’ Market.

There was a minor attack about a month ago, but the damage this time is worse.

Anyone with information should contact the Police on 101.