More than £7,000 of damage has been caused in a vandal attack on a Shropshire church.
The wrecking spree happened at St Mary's Church in Cleobury Mortimer, in which a hand-made Victorian leaded window was smashed.
The church has suffered from anti-social behaviour in the past, particularly during school holidays, but it is not yet known whether youths were responsible for the latest damage.
A police spokeswoman said: "The damage caused to the church and the window in particular is extensive and is likely to cost upwards of £7,000 to repair.
"If anybody saw suspicious persons in the area or who has any information as to who was responsible, police would urge them to get in touch.
"Somebody in the area must have seen something, as the church is on one of the main roads in the town and the vandalism happened in the middle of the day, when a lot of people would have been about."
Anyone with information is urged to contact West Mercia Police on 0300 333 3000.