Vandals caused an estimated $2,000 in damage this week at a South Omaha church.
Omaha police said the Seventh-day Adventist Spanish Church, 4523 S. 22nd St., was broken into twice.
Police said members of the church arrived for Wednesday services to find the doors broken. A laptop had been stolen.
The intruders used a fire extinguisher to coat the walls with foam, said Audberto Alvarado, a church elder.
Church leaders found the results of another break-in Thursday afternoon.
A saxophone and bass guitar were stolen, floors were littered with toilet paper and walls were covered in graffiti.