Vandalism Reported at Hidden Valley Lake Marina Bathrooms

The Hidden Valley Lake Property Owner's Association is asking residents to speak up if they see suspicious activity.

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(Hidden Valley) - If you see something, say something. 

That is the message from Hidden Valley Lake Community Manager David Wismann. 

In an email blast sent out this week, Wismann explained that the marina bathrooms have become the target of vandalism. This issue has reportedly been ongoing throughout the spring. 

"Just to be clear, if we catch someone damaging community property, we will prefer charges, and this is a jailable offense," said Wismann. 
"If you think you know the person or persons involved, please let them know that this damage affects all of us."

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