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Posted on: December 2, 2019

Vandals Tag Boulder City Properties over Weekend

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BOULDER CITY – Crews found massive damage to City property this weekend. Vandals who spray-painted bathrooms and equipment at Bicentennial and Oasis Parks left behind a mess that took crews hours to eliminate.

“Boulder City residents take a great amount of pride in our parks,” said Roger Hall, Parks and Recreation Department Director. “It is very disappointing whenever individuals deface our community property. It’s disrespectful to every person who lives in and loves this great community.”  

Police are investigating, and the suspects could face criminal charges. If you saw anything suspicious over the weekend or if you witness questionable activity, please call police dispatch non-emergency at 702.293.9224 or email here.

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