Police seek information about theft from iconic Four Corners Park
MADAWASKA, Maine — Madawaska police are asking the public for any information about a theft that occurred Wednesday, Aug. 22, after 11 p.m. at the Four Corners Park in Madawaska.
The Four Corners Park has become an iconic destination in Madawaska, where motorcycle riders, tourists and even the general public have gathered to take in the area’s beauty.
Town police received a report from Joe LaChance, president and founder of the park, that an unknown person(s) removed 30 water nozzles out of the water fountain at the park.
LaChance was not available for comment Friday afternoon.
“While the monetary value is not high, it is disappointing that an individual would have done this at the park where volunteers have put in thousands of hours of work to make it not only a landmark in Maine, but a nationally known stop for the four corners of America,” Madawaska Police Chief Ross Dubois said Friday.
Police are urging anyone with information to call the Madawaska Police Department.
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