How bad do you have to suck to vandalize a park bathroom? I mean vandalizing anything is pretty low, but kids will use these all summer and now this one needs a ton of repairs.

Police are looking for the vandal or vandals who trashed this bathroom at Hereford Park, 400 13th St, East Moline.

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You can see the from the photos posted on social media there was a lot of damage. Vandals cut the fence locks gained access, damaged electrical outlets, stole plumbing, and left several items in the building, including trash, clothing, and two bikes.

Posted by City of East Moline Police Department on Wednesday, April 28, 2021

If you have any information you can contact East Moline PD. They're even offering a reward. Report any information to East Moline Police Department at 309-752-1546, Crime Stoppers at 309-762-9500, or by submitting an anonymous tip on the P3Tips app.

Anyone want to lend a hand to help get this fixed up in time for kids to use the park this summer? You can let the EMPD know.

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