BETHESDA, Md. (WUSA9) -- A Bethesda church is wondering who keeps vandalizing their 'Black Lives Matter' sign and why.
The sign has now been stolen.
Only a wooded frame remains where the banner should be. It's been replaced several times and for the third time in three weeks the sign has been vandalized or removed all together.
River Road Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Bethesda put up the 'Black Lives Matter' sign last month.
A few days later, someone carefully cut out the word 'black.' Leaving the words 'Lives Matter.'
At first, the church wrote on Facebook that it was saddened by their ruined sign.
But when it happened a second time, they were angry and so were neighbors.