A “Black Lives Matter” sign was stolen from an Annapolis-area church this weekend, police say.
Anne Arundel police said officers responded to a report of a sign stolen from the Unitarian Universalist Church around 11:21 a.m. Sunday, spokesman Marc Limansky said.
Officials with the church said they last saw the sign at about 4 p.m. Saturday before it was stolen, Limansky said. No suspect has yet been identified, he added.
The sign was hung at the church in August 2015 to show solidarity with the national movement, which calls for an end to violence and systemic racism toward blacks.
Three churches in the Annapolis area have seen “Black Lives Matter” signs defaced or stolen for more than two years.