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Police ask for tips in trailhead vandalism

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Police asking for tips in Tunnel Drive Trailhead vandalism. Police asking for tips in Tunnel Drive Trailhead vandalism.
Police asking for tips in Tunnel Drive Trailhead vandalism. Police asking for tips in Tunnel Drive Trailhead vandalism.
Police asking for tips in Tunnel Drive Trailhead vandalism. Police asking for tips in Tunnel Drive Trailhead vandalism.
Police asking for tips in Tunnel Drive Trailhead vandalism. Police asking for tips in Tunnel Drive Trailhead vandalism.
CANON CITY -

Cañon City police are looking for suspects after finding vandalism at the Tunnel Drive Trailhead Friday.  

City workers were on scene removing as much of it from the rocks and the parking lot as possible.

Police are looking for witnesses and tips to find suspects. If you have any information contact the Cañon City Police Department at 276-5600. 

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