Authorities have launched a manhunt for the person (or persons) who vandalized at least 30 sites at Yosemite National Park.
Park rangers say graffiti began turning up at the famed park late last month, with the first being found along Yosemite Falls Trail, one of the park's oldest trails that leads to North America's tallest waterfall...
The graffiti, which was written in white and blue paint, ranges in size from one foot-by-one foot to eight feet-by-eight feet, park rangers say.
"If you were on the trail to the top of Yosemite Falls between 6 p.m. and 11 p.m. on May 20th, 2022, and saw individuals carrying cans of spray paint, engaging in tagging, or have video or photographic evidence, please let us know," reads a statement issued Monday by Yosemite National Park officials. "Graffiti is vandalism, and is extremely difficult to remove. Repair of vandalized sites, if possible, is costly and time consuming, and often cannot restore the site to its former condition."