NASHUA, Iowa – The Nashua Police Department is asking for the public’s help after vandalism to the men’s restroom at the campground.
Authorities posted a picture on Facebook Monday showing a urinal ripped off the wall and shattered on the ground.
“We are currently following up on some information, but welcome any tips as to the identity of the person responsible,” the department said on Facebook.
Anyone with information is asked to call 641-435-2068.
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