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DENVER (LifeSiteNews) – A suspect has been arrested for the recent vandalism of a pro-life Catholic medical clinic in Denver. 

On Saturday, the pro-life Catholic medical clinic Bella Health + Wellness in Englewood posted on Facebook asking for prayers for its staff and its clients in light of a vandalism attack on its clinic earlier that day.   

“We are sad to have to share that our clinic was just vandalized,” the clinic’s Facebook post read. “If you could take a moment today to pray for our mission, our team and their families, and our patients, we would be grateful!”  

The clinic also asked for people’s help to repair the damage done to their building before the clinic’s patients would begin to arrive the next day. It provided a link in the post for people to donate.   

“Thank you for your prayers and support,” the post continued. “We will continue to stand strong in our mission to protect life and care for families.” 

Satanic vandalism at Bella Health + Wellness, Denver/Facebook

The clinic shared pictures of the vandalism, which showed red lines obscuring the clinic’s logo on the glass front doors. Beside the doors, a message seemingly reading “ic RED ALL is Boy!” The vandalizer also spray painted messages on the clinic’s flower beds, as well as drawing various images including a demonic looking face on the clinic’s dumpster bin with the word “SATAN” scrawled next to it.   

The incident was seemingly resolved quickly. Sunday night, the clinic posted a huge “thank you” to the Englewood police department, saying that they had rounded up the person responsible for the vandalism 

“Update on our clinic’s vandalism – huge thanks to the Englewood Police Department for finding and arresting the person who vandalized our building!” the clinic said. We are so thankful for their hard work, sacrifices, and commitment to keeping Bella and our community safe! Thank you Englewood police officers!”  

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