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Left on blocks—it was not something this pastoral couple expected when they drove past their church property earlier this week. The tires and rims of their church van were gone.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – Left on blocks—it was not something this pastoral couple expected when they drove past their church property earlier this week. The tires and rims of their church van were gone.

Dr. Valleria Strachan and Dr. Nelson Strachan co-pastor the True United Fellowship Ministries International Church on Faith Avenue. They shared a post about the theft, sparking outrage on social media.

The couple says they made the discovery on their way to church. Dr. Valleria Strachan, co-pastor, True United Fellowship Ministries International, says, “That particular Sunday, what I’ve seen never happened before in this community.”

They add they’re not surprised and feel the community’s respect for houses of God has decreased over the years.

Dr. Valleria Strachan adds, “I think it’s not the same anymore.”

Dr. Valleria Strachan says, “We didn’t plan to be without a transport.”

And Strachan has this message for the culprits: “Just come forward. This is unheard of.”

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