A couple of employees with the Plymouth Park Department spent their Monday morning cleaning up the vandalism in River Park Square.

Thanks to security cameras the park department has photos of the three males who vandalized River Park Square Saturday morning beginning just after 1 o’clock.  The suspects entered from the north and were wearing dark clothing and ski masks.  They spray painted “CMCK” on the north end walls of the concession stand building and also painted the letters on the concrete stage areas. 

Park employees were able to get the vast majority of the paint off the building but will still need to repaint the entire wall so it looks like the rest of the building.  On the stage area, it is a bit tougher to get the spray paint out of the concrete.  Employees washed and scrubbed the paint and it lightened it up but additional work is going to be needed to remove it completely. 

A vandalism report will be filed with the Plymouth Police Department and the video and photos will be shared with police.  Anyone who may have been in the area of River Park Square Saturday morning about 1 and saw the three individuals should contact the Plymouth Park Department or Plymouth Police. 

The vandals will be charged with a misdemeanor for the damages and may have to pay restitution or do community service.

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