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Deputies: Beer bottles bashed, thrown into Discovery Island pool

Deputies say they were looking to talk to the people seen on surveillance as persons of interest in the case. (Source: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office) Deputies say they were looking to talk to the people seen on surveillance as persons of interest in the case. (Source: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office)
Deputies say they were looking to talk to the people seen on surveillance as persons of interest in the case. (Source: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office) Deputies say they were looking to talk to the people seen on surveillance as persons of interest in the case. (Source: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office)
Deputies say they were looking to talk to the people seen on surveillance as persons of interest in the case. (Source: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office) Deputies say they were looking to talk to the people seen on surveillance as persons of interest in the case. (Source: Greenville Co. Sheriff's Office)
GREENVILLE, SC (FOX Carolina) -

For the third time in 10 days, deputies said someone has thrown broken beer bottles into a Greenville County water park's pool.

Greenville County deputies said on May 4 and 6, people unlawfully entered Discovery Island Water Park on Baldwin Road and broke beer bottles, throwing them into the pool.

They said it happened a third time Tuesday night.

To remove the glass from the pool, crews have to drain it to ensure it is all removed.

Deputies said they consider the subjects persons of interest in the cases and would like to talk to them further in case they saw something.

Deputies said no charges have been filed at this time and investigators believe that the people seen on surveillance may have information regarding the incidents.

Anyone with information regarding the cases is asked to contact Crime Stoppers at 864-23-CRIME.

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