Lykins looking for park vandals

Do you recognize these vehicles? The drivers drove the cars into the east side of the park at 1:10 p.m. (broad daylight) on Monday, November 29, and left tire tracks and other destruction to the grass. We need to work together as a neighborhood to stop this.

If you know who these people might be, please let Gregg Lombardi know at gregg@nls4kc.org or respond to this email with your feedback.

We will keep tips anonymous and, if criminal charges are filed, we will only have people testify if they feel comfortable doing so.

Many thanks for your help on this. We want to make sure that our park stays beautiful and welcoming to everyone in Lykins.

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Los conductores condujeron los autos hacia el lado este del parque 1:10 pm (plena luz del día) el lunes 29/11 y dejaron huellas de neumáticos y otros daños en el césped. Necesitamos trabajar juntos como vecindario para detener esto.

Si sabe quiénes podrían ser estas personas, informe a Gregg Lombardi en gregg@nls4kc.org o responda a este correo electrónico con sus comentarios.

Mantendremos las pistas en el anonimato y, si se presentan cargos penales, solo haremos que las personas testifiquen si se sienten cómodas haciéndolo.

Muchas gracias por tu ayuda en esto. Queremos asegurarnos de que nuestro parque se mantenga hermoso y acogedor para todos en Lykins.

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