REHOBOTH SUSPECT

Rehoboth police have released this photo of a possible suspect in the vandalism at Hillside Country Club.

REHOBOTH — Intruders caused several thousand dollars worth of damage and theft at Hillside Country Club over the weekend, and a reward is being offered to catch those responsible.

Police responded to the 82 Hillside Ave. club Saturday morning and found damage to several golf carts and the course, Police Sgt. Brian Ramos said.

Police reviewed video surveillance camera footage and released a photo of a suspect.

During the early morning hours a suspicious vehicle pulled into the parking lot of Hillside, Ramos said.

“A short time later two male and two female suspects exited the vehicle and proceeded to gain access to three golf carts stored on the property,” he said. “The suspects proceeded to drive them onto the golf course, causing significant damage to both the carts and the greens.”

Management later discovered eight batteries were stolen from a utility vehicle parked on the property.

The club is offering a $2,500 cash reward for any information leading to the arrest and prosecution of the culprits.

Anyone who can identify the suspect in the photograph or has additional information on the case is urged to contact Detective Paul McGovern at 508-252-3722, ext. 1135.

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