READFIELD (AP) — Police are seeking the public's help in finding those responsible for widespread vandalism and theft from a Central Maine Girl Scout camp.
State police said every building at Camp Kirkwold in Readfield had doors and windows broken, and in those buildings with plumbing, all the copper piping was ripped out.
Supplies were strewn throughout the 100-acre lakeside camp.
Police told the Kennebec Journal the vandalism was discovered early this month during a routine check, but probably occurred in January or early February.
Suspects used canoes to transport stolen property up a hill to a road.
A spokeswoman for the Girl Scouts of Maine said officials are still estimating the cost of the damage, but the property is insured and the camp is expected to open as normal this summer.