ROCKWOOD, Pa. (KDKA) – Instead of taking their trash to a landfill, people have been taking their trash to Laurel Ridge State Park. And the park isn’t happy about it.

(Photo Credit: Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail/Facebook)

Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail shared pictures of trucks that have been photographed driving and dumping trash into the area.

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They say that these photos of illegal dumping were taken on Laurel Ridge State park near Decker Avenue.

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(Photo Credit: Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail/Facebook)

A white Dodge Ram and a green Dodge Ram are pictured. One has a couch in the truck bed, the other has mattresses and a third picture shows a pile of tires on the side of the road.

(Photo Credit: Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail/Facebook)

“We would much rather focus on improving our resources than collecting others’ garbage,” the post reads.

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The park needs help identifying the trucks and asks anyone with information to call 814-445-7725 to talk to a park ranger.