SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Two structures and several signs at historic Mission San Juan in San Antonio have been vandalized with black spray paint.
The National Park Service says cleanup could begin Monday.
The Rev. Jim Galvin says a ranger on Sunday pointed out the graffiti at the church complex.
Similar vandalism happened about five years ago. Nobody has been arrested.
Mission San Juan was founded in 1716 in East Texas, but was transferred to the San Antonio site in 1731.