Vandals Destroying Trees Plague City's Parks

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Vandalism in a South Dakota community is costing the city's parks and recreation department thousands of dollars, officials said. 

Rapid City Parks and Rec supervisor Jason Preble told KEVN-TV that the vandalism is getting worse, and it’s causing staff to work overtime.

Officials said vandals have put graffiti on walls, broken doors and damaged trees — some of which can be repaired and some that have to be replaced altogether.

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