Reward offered after vandalism causes $5,000 in damage at Columbus miniature golf course

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COLUMBUS, Ind. – Police in Columbus released surveillance photos as they try to solve a vandalism case at a miniature golf course.

On Jan. 1, four people were caught on camera at the Columbus Putt-Putt Miniature Golf Course, where two concrete animal statues and several fluorescent lights were destroyed.

4 Fast Facts

  • Police investigating vandalism case at Columbus miniature golf course
  • Surveillance cameras captured images of four people
  • Damage from vandalism exceeded $5,000
  • Golf course offering reward for information

The property owner said the damage from the vandalism exceeded $5,000. The business is offering a $200 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction in the case.

Anyone with information should contact Det. Sgt. Tom Foust at 812-376-2642. Tips and information can be left anonymously.