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Vandals damage public and private properties


Mary Kay Jenner/Western Nebraska Observer

City of Kimball Water Department employee Jeff Turner, left, and Kimball Swimming Pool manager Regan Hinton work to remove the spray paint from the east wall of the pool house.

Vandals spent some time in the early morning hours on Tuesday, July 5, spray painting vulgarity on public and personal property, according to Kimball Police Captain Andy Bremer.

The villain(s) left their offensive artwork on the east side of the Kimball Public Swimming Pool's building, as well as on a personal vehicle located on South Burg Street.

The "artwork" was promptly removed from the public pool building, according to Officer Bremer.

Bremer added that he would like the community to come together and be vigilant for people that are out walking at odd times and may look suspicious, and to call and report the suspicious activity to the police by calling 308-235-3608, or 911.

Additionally, two local business were vandalized and had some property stolen last month. The police department is continuing to work on leads for that particular case and are asking for the public for any and all information they may provide to help bring those responsible to justice.


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