It happened sometime over the weekend. Now all the outdoor toys for kids had to be thrown out. The children won't be able to use the playground until its all cleaned up. We spoke with the executive director at Ark who says she's angry someone would target a playground.
"I didn't see any graffiti and, honestly, that probably would've been better because it wouldn't affect how our kids play," says Executive Director Angie Richards Cooley. "When it ended up being toys instead of graffiti, it hit home that they're taking something away from these kids who don't need anything more taken away."
Cooley says they're asking for your help to replace the destroyed toys and containers.