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Reward for razor blade information offered

Mary A. Castillo

Police are offering $1,000 for information leading to the arrest and

conviction of the person who scattered razor blades around a local

playground.

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The Laguna Beach Police Department, in cooperation with a few

anonymous citizens and the Laguna Exchange Club, are offering a reward in

attempt to find whoever was responsible for the dangerous act at Lain

Beach.

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“I was approached by the some citizens and the Exchange Club who

wanted to help,” said Sgt. Jason Kravetz.

Kravetz set up an account at a local bank called the Playground

Protection Reward Fund to aid the cause.

“We’re getting a ton of calls and sifting through the information,”

Kravetz said.

The fund is promoted by a community outraged by 17 razor blades found

around the playground equipment at Main Beach on April 27. No children

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were injured.

People with information regarding the Laguna Beach case or any of the

incidents at Laguna Niguel, Mission Viejo and Foothill Ranch are urged to

call the anonymous tip line at (949) 497-7621.


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