SAYREVILLE — Calling it a “large scale act of vandalism,” police have asked for help finding those responsible for damage to a retaining wall in the borough.
Early on Jan. 6, sometime between 3 and 5 a.m., heavy machinery was used to significantly damage a new retaining wall that borders the intersection of South Minisink Avenue and Cheesequake Road, according to the State Police Facebook page.
Photos of the damage at the Ashland construction project along Cheesequake Road were also shared by police, who have been tracking down who did it.
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An amazing NJ restaurant in a historic building
If you've never been to Lambertville, you're really missing out on a true gem of a town in New Jersey.
And if you've never been to Lambertville Station you're missing out on a really great restaurant in a truly historic building.
It's housed in the building that acted as the Lambertville train station dating back to 1867.
The building and the town went through its tough times, but for the last 40 years, Lambertville Station has been serving diners in a casual upscale atmosphere with excellent food.