The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers is looking for those responsible for damaging playground equipment at the Bee Run Day Use Area playground.

They say damage was done to the child bouncy car on Nov. 19. The cost to repair the damage is estimated to be around $1500.

In order to help fight this type of crime and reduce operations and maintenance costs, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has received Congressional authority to participate in the Corps Watch Program.

Anyone with knowledge or information about this incident is encouraged to call Corps Watch toll-free at 1-866-413-7970.

Callers can remain anonymous and may be eligible for rewards up to $1000, if the information they provide leads to the identification of the suspect or suspects and the investigation is accepted for prosecution.

The Huntington District participates in Corps Watch, a neighborhood crime-watch deterrence program, to protect U.S. Army Corps of Engineers assets. This program also helps increase the public's awareness of the seriousness and impacts of crimes within or around all Corps facilities.

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