pool vanadal1On June 28, 2013, Pacific Grove Police Department was alerted of a vandalism that had occurred sometime the night before to the Stillwell Children’s Pool at Lovers Point. Several large rocks and traffic cones had been apparently thrown from the bluff above the pool onto the pool cover, pool deck, and lifeguard’s chair. The lifeguard’s chair was broken but no other damage to the pool or pool deck was sustained.

    Officers contacted nearby businesses and found one of the businesses had an exterior video surveillance camera. The video footage from the camera showed a white male removing the large rocks from the landscaping in the area of the pool.

    The video shows a white male picking up two rocks. The male is wearing a dark colored t-shirt, jeans, and a tan hat with a black bill. There is an unknown white emblem on the hat. The subject may be associated with a white Cadillac with tinted windows that was seen in the area.

    If you have any information regarding this incident, please contact the Pacific Grove Police Department at 831-648-3143.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on July 1, 2013

    Topics: Front PG News


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