The same hooligans who stole a 650-pound bronze bell from a Queens church apparently swiped two other bells from another house of worship on the same night.
A pair of 250-pound bronze bells were taken late Saturday from St. John Chrysostom Church - only a few blocks away from Blessed Virgin Mary's Help of Christians Church in Woodside where the larger bell was stolen.
Parishioners at the Orthodox Church fear the bells will be sold off as scrap metal.
The bells, which were imported from Greece, were secured in a tower close to the ground.
"Those bells were donated in memory of my grandmother and grandfather," said Darren Brennan, 29, who has been a parishioner at the church his entire life. "I don't know how anyone could steal from a church."
Same thieves who stole Queens church bell apparently stole two others