PENSACOLA, Fla. (AP) - A four-thousand dollar reward is being
offered to catch vandals who caused $50,000 in damages to a historic Pensacola cemetery.
Officials at Coon Hill Cemetery say donations for the reward have come in from as far away as Missouri.
As many as 60 tombstones and grave markers were broken and
overturned last week.
The cemetery has more than 250 graves, including those of state
lawmakers from the 1800s.
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