Vandals deface grass at LSU's Tiger Stadium
BATON ROUGE – Vandals defaced the turf at Tiger Stadium in an overnight attack that may have lasted as long as 65 minutes.
A crime log for LSU Police shows a report of a burglary at the stadium at 11:25 Tuesday night. A published “incident end date/time” stamp seems to report the vandals were inside the stadium until 12:30 a.m. Wednesday. The case is still pending, according to the crime report log tweeted by an LSU student newspaper reporter.
The turf is covered with a large tarp.
LSU confirmed to WBRZ, the vandals were able to damage the grass but did not release additional information.
LSU Police are investigating the vandalism.
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