ALAMOSA — Two stop signs were damaged in the northern part of Alamosa County and officials are offering a reward for information.
Both stop signs are new solar-powered models that flash warning lights at night and were placed at the intersection of Lane Seven North and County Road 106 over a year ago. “We have those signs at dangerous intersections,” said Alamosa County Road and Bridge Director Tim DeHerrera.
The total cost to replace the signs, which were damaged by a small rifle or pistol, amounts to $2,300.
Anyone with information about the incident is encouraged to call San Luis Valley Crime Stoppers at 719-589-4111.