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Randall Jeppesen, KSL Newsradio Police are working to track down vandals that caused tens of thousands of dollars in damage to an LDS-owned girls' camp.
Camp Koholowo is located in Santaquin Canyon, and over the holiday weekend some suspects decided tear the place up. They took a tractor from the camp and started destroying. "They drove right into buildings," Utah County Fire Marshal Dennis Barker said.
Barker was called the scene because the suspects also set multiple fires.
Luckily, other than burning down a refrigerator the fires went out quickly "The Sheriff's Office was able to get quite a few fingerprints, we were able to get footprints," Barker said.
With the amount of damage these vandals, if caught, could face some serious charges.