LAUREL, Md. - Police are circulating a flyer and arson investigators are going door-to-door in Laurel.
It’s all in attempt to figure out who set fire to at least two playground last week.
A $5,000 reward is being offered for information on the person or people responsible.
Damaged playground equipment has been removed, and the city says the next step is to meet with parents and kids about plans to rebuild.
Anyone with information is asked to call arson investigators at 301-77-ARSON.
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