A beautiful disc golf course with a view of a city in Ohio had its baskets taken twice in the previous three months.
According to the Devou Good Foundation, the majority of the disc golf baskets in Devou Park were torn out of the ground
crushed, or bent late on Tuesday night. The park is located in Kentucky
on a hill with a view of Cincinnati, Ohio and the Ohio River.
Since the course debuted in October, there have been two attacks on it. A dozen baskets were taken only a few days after the grand opening.
The foundation stated in an online statement that "this is not simply an attack on the course,
it's an attack on our community and the public areas we all love." "We implores anyone with knowledge to come forward and aid in prosecuting the offender.
The charity is offering a reward of $1,000 for information that results in an arrest, and another $1,000 has been donated anonymously.
According to officials at the time, the cost of the baskets that were stolen in October was more than $5,000.
After the damage done on Tuesday, it is unknown how much it will take to reopen the course.