Someone had the nerve to steal a tractor from a south Georgia church.
This John Deere front end loader was parked outside Gloryhill Cowboy Church on Highway 84 west of Valdosta, holding a banner advertising the church's Bible school.
The pastor says about 2:30 Thursday afternoon, someone apparently hotwired the tractor, drove it about a mile, loaded it onto a trailer, and took off. They even stole the Bible school sign.
If you know anything about the theft, call the Lowndes County Sheriff's Office.
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