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RENTON, Wash. -- Several blocks around the United Christian Church were blocked Wednesday while police investigated vandalism and explosives attached to the church's Pride Month display.

The church, which has a large LGBTQ-Pride Month display in front, was also targeted by vandals over the weekend, according to the Renton Reporter.

The website reports that the church had placed six doors outside, each with a word painted on it that spelled "God's doors are open to all."

Vandals ripped one of the doors and tried to set it on fire. Church staff discovered the vandalism Monday morning.

The FBI confirms that it is heading the latest investigation.

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