Bureau of Land Management offers reward for graffiti info

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NAMPA, Idaho (AP) The Bureau of Land Management is looking for information about the person or people who spray-painted graffiti on the Black Cliffs climbing area along Highway 21 just outside of Boise.

The agency is offering a $1,000 reward for information that leads to a conviction of those responsible for the vandalism.

The graffiti was first reported on March 7, and BLM officials say it will be cleaned up.

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