Public to be on the look out for dumping at Nanticoke Wildlife

Delaware Fish & Wildlife officials recently opened a crossroad near Robert L. Graham Nanticoke Wildlife.

According to officials, the road closure happened after significant dumping of trash, furniture, old tires and yard waste. Access gates inside the wildlife area were also damaged. 

Delaware Fish & Wildlife police will be adding more patrols, and they're asking for the public's help. 

"We'll be increasing patrol in the area, there will be camera placements overtly and we also rely on the public," said Delaware Fish & Wildlife Captain Douglas Messeck.

"If you see people out there who are loitering dumping or otherwise we encourage to give us a call," said Messeck. 

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