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Vandals Ravage Wisconsin City’s Park Facilities, Fields

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A Wisconsin city is offering a reward for any information leading to the arrest of vandals who have done significant damage to local parks recently.

Oshkosh Police are looking for find the people who severely damaged the central bathrooms at Menominee Park, going so far as to tear the sink fixtures off the wall. Meanwhile, Appleton’s Scheels USA Youth Soccer Field was torn up by a vehicle and the Winnebago County Community Parks field was damaged shortly after.

“We received a report of some vandalism to the women’s bathroom at Menominee Park and, upon investigating, the officers determined that there was a significant amount of vandalism done to the sinks and toilet facilities,” Lt. Andy Lecker of the Oshkosh Police Department told the local Fox affiliate.

The Oshkosh Parks Department says costs to fix the fixtures at the park bathroom are adding up.

“It was somewhere in the tune of $5,500 worth of damage,” Lt. Lecker said.

A $1,000 reward is being offered by an anonymous source to catch the vandals. Police say the reward hasn’t turned up any leads, but the investigation continues.

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