Does anybody out there know the lovebirds Cory and Malaik?
Cory and Malaik — or somebody — recently chose to celebrate their romantic bliss by publicizing it for visitors to the High Knob recreation area.
According to a Tuesday U.S. Forest Service release, this message of love was spray painted several days earlier on the sidewalk at the Knob observation tower.
“We need your help to prevent damage to public resources,” Clinch District Ranger Michelle Davalos said. “These acts of vandalism divert already limited dollars and people from managing and maintaining our recreation sites.”
Those with information about this incident, or other activities that are damaging public lands, are asked to call Forest Service Law Enforcement Officer David Ford at 276/679-8370 x225.
Purposely damaging public resources may result in fines of up to $5,000 and up to six months in jail.
Contact the Clinch Ranger District office in Norton at 276/679-8370 for more information.