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Reward offered in cemetery vandalism investigation

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Police said at least a dozen headstones were damaged. (Source: WAFF) Police said at least a dozen headstones were damaged. (Source: WAFF)
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ARAB, AL (WAFF) -  The City of Arab is offering a $2,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for cemetery vandalism.

Police said someone damaged at least a dozen headstones at the Arab City Cemetery sometime over the July 4 weekend. No arrests have been made and police have no new leads.

Meanwhile, Arab Monument Company is offering to reset the stones at no charge. They plan to begin working on it Friday morning.

If you have any information about the vandalism, you are asked to contact the Arab Police Department.

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