Police in Dearborn, Michigan say that a full service was underway at the Divine Child Church around 7:30 in the evening when a powerful shock ignited terror among parishioners.
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As those who were worshipping their Lord and Savior were present in the pews giving praise to the heavenly Father, a violent anarchist decided to attack the church throwing several highly explosive fireworks into the House of Worship which created chaos.
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The entire incident was captured in surveillance footage from within the Church, which was later released by the Dearborn Police.
"The device exploded, which burned a Bible, but no parishioners were injured," police said in a statement Friday.
In several of the still clips from the video you can see the powerful explosives putting everyone inside into immediate shock and awe.
Fortunately there were several cameras located outside the church as well which both captured the suspect as his vehicle.
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Law enforcement say the perpetrator is described as being 30 to 40 years old with dark brown hair, and is suspected of setting off similar disruptive fireworks explosions at other locations throughout the greater Dearborn region in recent weeks during his reign of domestic terror.
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Police didn't reveal exactly where or when those incidents occurred, but they say this is the first time he was captured on film.
"This assailant terrorized the parishioners inside a house of worship with a total disregard for their safety," Dearborn Police Chief Ronald Haddad said. "I am confident based on the surveillance footage that someone will be able to identify the suspect or his vehicle."
Anyone with information on any of the crimes is asked by Dearborn Police to call 313-943-2241 or Crime Stoppers, 800-SPEAKUP and report whatever they may know about the incidents.
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