Stolen Pope Francis Cut-Out Returned

by | Oct 16, 2017
Stolen Pope Francis Cut-Out Returned Washington Township, NJ (CBS) — A life-sized cut-out of Pope Francis that was stolen from a South Jersey church is now back where it belongs.

Police in Washington Township say on the night of October 12 the pope was taken following a “handbag bingo” event at Saint Charles Borromeo Catholic Church.

Witnesses tell police they saw three women in a white Audi snatch the cut-out.

Police say one of the females was described as elderly and “on oxygen.”

There is no word on how the cut-out made it back to the church.




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