MAPLE VALLEY, Wash. - The city of Maple Valley is asking the public's help in identifying who's responsible and recovering several plants that were stolen from a city roundabout over the weekend.
City officials said on their Facebook page that multiple plants and a large weeping cedar tree disappeared at a city-owned roundabout at Southeast Tahoma Way and Summit Park Way Southeast.
The suspected thief left behind a trail of rocks and dirt and damaged other plants. The estimated loss of the plants, damages to the remaining landscaping and labor will cost the city about $600.
The city said this is the latest in a string of landscape thefts.
Earlier this year, other plants were stolen from Lake Wilderness Park and the Lake Wilderness Arboretum.
Anyone with information about the incident or other landscape thefts is asked to call the Maple Valley Police Department at 425-413-5158 or email@example.com.
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