Coimbatore, Feb 20: A few idols were found damaged in a temple near Periyanaickenplayam on the city outskirts early today. The incident came to light when the priest of the Karupparayan Temple in Thirumalainaicken Palayam found the head and leg portion of a diety damaged following which he lodged a complaint with the police. Also Read:  Human hair worth around Rs 10 lakh stolen from Andhra Pradesh temple Also Read - No Sashtang Pranam, Only Namaste: This How You Will Now Offer Prayers in Gujarat Temples

Idols of Naga (snake) and Horse, where people take vow and make offerings for fulfilling their wishes, were also found thrown at a distance from the original place. Investigations were on, police said. Also Read - Hilarious! Thief Falls Asleep in Temple After Stealing As 'It Was Too Cold', Cops Try to Wake Him Up

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