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DE Developer Still Looks For Answers After Vandalized Equipment

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DEWEY BEACH, Del. - After the Hyatt Place hotel opens up, developers say their next order of business will be to find out who vandalized equipment at the site.

According to Dewey Beach Enterprises, earlier this month, someone trespassed on the construction site and filled a fuel tank with sand. It reportedly cost the contractor Diamond Hill Inc. $10,000 in damages.

The company has since issued a $3,000 reward for anyone with information leading to the arrest of those involved. Anyone with information is asked to contact Dewey Beach Police at 302-227-1110.

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