Staff members at the Marshall County Museum and officers from the Plymouth Police Department are working to keep surveillance around the building to ensure safety.
Executive Director Linda Rippy told the Marshall County Commissioners Monday morning that juveniles have become a problem as they are getting on top of the museum’s roof. She said it’s dangerous with electric obstacles and the overall safety issue of being on the roof. Plus, it’s unlawful.
She said she’s been able to catch a few of the suspects. Those juveniles have been reprimanded and questioned by police officers.
Rippy said more measures will be taken to be sure that the building and grounds are secure. Trespassers will be turned over to law enforcement.