Chatfield Police Department asks for your help

The Chatfield Police Department is asking for the public's help in locating whoever has vandalized the skate park at the Mill Creek Park.

Posted: Apr 23, 2018 11:56 PM

CHATFIELD, Minn.- The Chatfield Police Department is asking for your help in finding whoever has vandalized the skate park at the Mill Creek Park. 

The graffiti has since been covered up but even the cover up remains an eye sore. 

Two children who were riding their bikes through the park tell KIMT they're surprised someone would do this but they're mostly sad that someone would want to do this where they enjoy spending time after school.

Tanner Fischer grew up in Chatfield and says he fears that if the graffiti continues, the city will take the park away. "They need to stop it. If they don't like the skatepark, don't destroy it for the people who really enjoy it because I feel like the city will take it away if they keep ruining the place. 

Tanner says he can't believe the disrespect.

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