Reward offered to help catch vandals

Graffiti is becoming a widespread problem in one Kentucky community. So much so, that officials are offering a reward to catch the culprits.

The graffiti is showing up on street signs, bridges, even on historic property in Corbin.

Someone or some people are spray painting slogans on the backs of buildings, in bathrooms and in the past have even defaced playground equipment.

So, city officials are willing to pay a one thousand dollar reward for information to leads to an arrest.

"The city has put out a lot of money for recreation use, for the whole community and for the tri-county. To come and see this, you have to take time to clean it up, paint it or fix what is torn up," said Marlon Sams with Corbin Parks and Rec.

If you have any information about the vandalism, call Corbin police at 606-528-11-22.


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