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Chief: Whoever did this to Carroll Township park will face charges

Ron Musselman
York Dispatch
Chestnut Park soccer fields

The soccer fields at the Chestnut Park complex in Carroll Township were vandalized over the weekend, and township police want the public’s help in identifying those involved.

Carroll Township Police Chief Thomas Wargo said some of the fields at the complex were damaged by tire tracks, and a few soccer goals were knocked over.

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He said police first investigated the damage Sunday, Jan. 12, after receiving a report.

Chestnut Park soccer goals

Wargo said he did not have an estimated cost to repair the damage but said the individuals would face charges if they are identified.

Anyone with information is asked to call Carroll Township Police at 717-432-3317.