(WTVR) – A Chesterfield Reverend is in disbelief after someone broke into his church, ripped Bibles, spray-painted walls, and smashed a glass window. For 28 years, Ironbridge Church has served the community. Tuesday it was a polling location for Election Day. “So apparently our electronic system did not work properly to relock one of the doors, that was unlocked for the polling,” said Rev. Dennis Green. Around 11:30

Tuesday night, surveillance cameras caught a male suspect make his way to the unlocked door, walked in and grabbed a couple of Bibles. “Came through, just throwing pages, ripping and throwing them out as he came through,” said Rev. Green.  The suspect didn’t stop there. He also destroyed an interior window and spray-painted walls, police said. “He took something out of his pocket, broke a window but didn’t go in the office,” said Rev. Green. READ MORE