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.
Laurel Highlands Hiking Trail shared pictures of trucks that have been photographed driving and dumping trash into the area.READ MORE: Gov. Tom Wolf: $24M In Funding Available To Address Gun Violence
They say that these photos of illegal dumping were taken on Laurel Ridge State park near Decker Avenue.READ MORE: West Virginia Lowers COVID-19 Vaccination Rates Because Some Data Counted Twice
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.
“We would much rather focus on improving our resources than collecting others’ garbage,” the post reads.MORE NEWS: Pittsburgh Public Schools Board To Vote On Forming 'Education Crisis Intervention Committee'
The park needs help identifying the trucks and asks anyone with information to call 814-445-7725 to talk to a park ranger.