Howell South Little League park needs help identifying suspects after snack stand vandalized, robbed

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Monday, August 8, 2022
Little League park needs help after snack stand vandalized
The Howell South Little League is offering a $300 reward and one-year free registration for information about their snack stand robbery.

HOWELL, New Jersey (WABC) -- A Little League park in New Jersey is asking for help after their snack stand was vandalized.

Members of the Howell South Little League are asking the public for help in identifying the suspect or suspects who broke into the park snack stand.

The robbery happened last week between Thursday and Friday night, according to a Little League park representative.

Items were stolen, and the protective shutter was damaged during the robbery.

The Little League park is offering a $300 reward and one-year free registration for information.

Tips will remain anonymous and can be sent to either Howell South Little League at or the Howell Township Police Department's non-emergency number (732) 938-4111.

By Monday morning, it appeared the damage had been repaired with the rolldown gate replaced.

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