US Army Corps of Engineers
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Corps Seeks Assistance in Solving Crime at Battle Run Campground

Published April 2, 2014

Huntington, W.Va.  – The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers is seeking assistance in identifying the individual(s) who broke into the Battle Run Campground near Summersville, W.Va. and stole a Green 2008 Kawasaki Mule All Terrain Vehicle. The theft occurred at sometime between Mar. 28 and Mar. 31. Access gates, an ice machine and a building were also vandalized at the same time.

Any individual with knowledge or information of this incident is encouraged to call Corps Watch toll-free at 1-866-413-7970. Callers can remain anonymous.

The Huntington District is a participant in Corps Watch, a neighborhood crime-watch deterrence program to protect U.S. Army Corps of Engineers assets. Every year millions of dollars in property are lost due to theft, vandalism and other threats or suspicious activity against Corps property nation-wide. This program is designed to heighten public awareness of the seriousness of the impacts of crime within or around dams, lakes, navigation locks, recreation areas and other Corps facilities.

To help fight these crimes and reduce operations and maintenance costs, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has received Congressional authority to participate in the Corps Watch Program. This program does not replace the 911 emergency notification systems.

 

For more information or questions please contact the Public Affairs Office at 304-399-5353.


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304-399-5353
pa2@usace.army.mil
502 Eighth Street, Huntington WV 25701

Release no. PA14-10