RED BLUFF, Calif. - Owners of the Oak Creek Golf Course in Red Bluff are asking for the public's help in identifying two vandals they said caused thousands of dollars in damage.
The owners released surveillance photos in hopes that someone can identify the suspects.
The surveillance images from around 11:30 p.m. on Monday show a man and a woman breaking signs and flag poles, spray painting graffiti and scattering 2,000 golf balls.
The golf course is located on Montgomery Road, and the surveillance video shows the suspects approaching the course from a subdivision to the west.
Anyone with information is asked to call the Red Bluff Police Department at 530-527-3131.
- Vandals cause thousands in damage at Oak Creek Golf Course
- Thousands of Dollars in Gear Stolen From Oak Bottom Marina
- At least 12 killed in shooting at a bar in Thousand Oaks; gunman also dead
- Chesterman memorial vandalized
- PG&E to cut down thousands of fire damage trees
- Fire causes temporary closure of Redding IHOP, thousands in damages
- UPDATE: Suspicious Death in Oak Run Identified
- Rabid Bat Found Inside Live Oak Home
- Valley Oak Children's Services hosts 'Happiest Hour'
- Headstones Vandalized at Redding Cemetery