Brighton police seeking help in curbing vandalism at Carmichael Park

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By The Staff

BRIGHTON — A string of vandalism to the new restrooms at Carmichael Park have Brighon police investigators seeking help from the public.

In a news release Tuesday, Dec. 31, department spokesman John Bradley said officers are looking into several cases of vandalism involving the restroom facilities at the park, which is located behind City Hall, including:

— Damage to the drinking fountain pipes.

— Rocks being torn from the exterior facade of the facility.

— Damage to mirrors and light sensors inside the restrooms.

— A fire being set, which damaged the facility's interior walls.

Police noted the vandalism has been occurring since about Dec. 14.

“In a city that takes such pride in providing quality recreational facilities for its residents to enjoy, it’s a shame to see senseless acts like this, which hurt us all and benefit no one,” said Chief Clint Blackhurst in the news release.

Anyone with information related to any of the vandalism incidents is asked to call the Brighton Police Department tip-line at 303-655-8740.