Arrests made in vandalism of Warwick playground

By News Staff

news@abc6.com

Police have made arrests in a case of vandalism at a Warwick park specially designed for disabled children. 

A staff member of the playground informed police that a female juvenile had left a tip on the Impossible Dream Facebook page as to who the suspects were.

The imPOSSIBLE Dream playground provides a safe place for children with chronic diseases to play alongside one another. The park closed after someone broke in Wednesday night, tossing toys, breaking benches in half, smashing in doors, and breaking windows. It has since reopened.

The two male juveniles responsible for the damage are Warwick residents and have each been charged with one count of vandalism. 

This isn't the first time the playground has been vandalized–it was destroyed back 2007 and took six weeks to be repaired.

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