City of Rocks National Reserve vandalized
ALMO, Idaho — City of Rocks National Reserve is looking for the public’s help as unknown individuals vandalized the park over the weekend.
Discovered on April 25, vandals significantly defaced the emigrant signatures and prehistoric pictographs the reserve is known for.
The park’s campgrounds and visitor center were closed at the time due to Gov. Little’s stay-at-home order.
Any people tips or knowledge about the incident should contact park superintendent Wallace Keck at Wallace_Keck@partner.nps.gov or call 208-824-5911
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