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Vandals spray-paint 'Nude Beach' on park signs

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Vandals spray-painted the words, "Nude Beach" on two park signs. (Source: Leah Ellsworth) Vandals spray-painted the words, "Nude Beach" on two park signs. (Source: Leah Ellsworth)
BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

Recent vandalism has park rangers closely monitoring parks around Baton Rouge.

Officials discovered two BREC signs covered in graffiti. One is located on Dalrymple Drive and the other is along Stanford Drive.

Both signs were spray-painted with the words, "Nude Beach."

A spokeswoman for the park system said crews are working to repair the damaged signs and officials are working with law enforcement officers to find the vandals.

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