CHICAGO (CBS) — For the second time in a week, burglars broke into a Greek Orthodox Church on the city’s Near North Side and stole several items.

This time, the burglars took cash and other items including a crucifix at the Annunciation Cathedral, at 1017 N. LaSalle Blvd. just north of Oak Street.

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The Chicago Tribune reports the burglary was discovered by a janitor around 6 a.m. Sunday.

As of Monday morning, there was no word on how much the church had lost.

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The church was also burglarized between Sunday evening and Monday morning last week, when a burglar broke in through a stained glass window, the Tribune reported. The burglars used the same route in the latest incident.

The crucifix the burglars stole was a “blessing cross” that wasn’t worth much money, the newspaper reported.

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There is no word if any suspects have been identified, or if the same people are believed to be responsible for both incidents.