An Oconee County Sheriff's deputy was called to on Jefferson Avenue Wednesday morning after it was discovered vandals had broken a window in the fellowship hall and another in the main building.
A rear window at the end of the hall had numerous holes in it and the deputy observed a small rock inside the window pane and a golf ball in between the frame and broken glass, according to an incident report. The remaining glass inside the frame was still intact and the building had not been entered.
A second window near the office entrance of the main building was also broken in a similar manner.
The damage reportedly occurred sometime between 6 p.m. on July 29 and 10 a.m. on Aug. 1. A church staff member told the deputy he suspected it was a random act, possibly a juvenile prank.
Deputies are stepping up security patrols in the area.