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Park Service Seeking Information on Vandalism at Grand Canyon

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The National Park Service is seeking information related to the people photographed in this picture, who may have vandalized a rock in Grand Canyon National Park

The National Park Service is seeking information about vandals who spray-painted rocks near the Yavapai Geology Museum in Grand Canyon National Park. According to a press release, on May 22nd, a visitor at the canyon’s South Rim spotted a couple spray-painting rocks with graffiti and was able to take some pictures of them. The graffiti included marking a rock with “Evans 16.” Anyone who saw the perpetrators in the act or who recognizes them in the above photo is asked to contact the anonymous tip line of the National Park Service’s Investigative Services Branch at 888-653-0009.

Gail Binkly is a career journalist who has worked for the Colorado Springs Gazette and Cortez Journal. She is currently a freelance writer as well as the editor of the Four Corners Free Press, based in Cortez.
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