Sioux County Sheriff Seeks Sign Vandals

Date posted - October 16, 2013

stop sign on wooden post_sxc_editOrange City, Iowa — The Sioux County Sheriff’s Office is trying to find out who may have destroyed some signs in their county.

On Monday afternoon, October 14, the Sioux County Sheriff’s Office investigated a report of road signs that were cut down and stolen from poles at the intersection of 440th Street and Kennedy Avenue, one mile north of Alton.

Upon further investigation, a stop sign was also cut down and removed from its pole at the intersection of 440th Street and Indian Avenue, a mile northwest of Orange City.

A stop sign, black and orange bridge crossing signs and weight limit signs have been stolen in these incidents.

The Sheriff’s Office says that crimes likely occurred between Sunday, October 6 and Monday, October 14.

Anyone with information on these crimes is asked to contact the sheriff’s office. If you wish to remain anonymous you may use the Text-a-Tip program.

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