"You spend weeks trying to get over what
happened and for something to happen all over again, it just feels like you've
been re-victimized by it all," said Brittany Kolb.
The fear of 'who's next' is also
spreading to other community members.
"We got chickens out there in the back, but we got them hooked up so nobody has touched them yet," said Marlene Gross.
Then, the Springfield Methodist
Church was broken into and a message was written on the wall in blood. Police
are investigating the incidents separately, but Kolb believes they're
"Hopefully people are aware of what's
going on, and they will be more cautious, and they'll take more precautions with
their animals, and hopefully we can all have our eye out for one another," said Kolb.