Cleanup Underway After Vandals Go On Rampage In Central Park
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Crews are cleaning up after vandals damaged several structures in Central Park over the weekend.
The damage was discovered in the West 60s and 70s on Monday as the park celebrated its 161st anniversary, CBS 2 reported.
Vandals damaged two gazebos — one of which was pushed off its foundation; a handrail was also found in pieces, a wooden bench was tossed into the lake and trash cans were toppled, CBS 2 reported.
No arrests have been made.
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