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www.wmfd.com - The Mansfield post of the Ohio Highway Patrol is reaching out to anyone that may have information about the vandalism of several street signs, stop signs and mailboxes in the area of Beal and Fleming Falls Road. }}" />

   
 
 
Investigation Underway Into Vandalism Of Street Signs

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  Original Published: 9/30/2013The Mansfield post of the Ohio Highway Patrol is reaching out to anyone that may have information about the vandalism of several street signs, stop signs and mailboxes in the area of Beal and Fleming Falls Road. The patrols says the vandalism occurred early Sunday morning. A cornfield also sustained a substantial amount of damage from the incident. The patrol says it was reported that the suspected vehicle is a Black GMC pickup with a chrome tool box in the bed and a loud exhaust. Three males were in the truck. The truck will have front end damage and is missing the front GMC logo. Anyone with information can contact Sgt. Mike Roth or Trooper C. Browne at 419-756-2222.
   
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