On Thursday, Ambridge Police release a video of a group of people, including three younger children, who can be seen disturbing a few of the plots.
Ambridge Police are asking for assistance in identifying the people in the video who damaged and removed plants from the private garden.
Currently, the plots are all in use and, according to the public notice sign posted at the site, plots are typically filled by April 15.
On 10th and Duss streets you will find a garden that is maintained by a the public and open to anyone who would is interested in gardening. There is no cost because no one "owns" a bed.
In return, volunteers are welcome to share in whatever produce there is, added Bacher
"The roads should be lined with gardens. Tomatoes and potatoes for everyone," shared Phil McCaffrey, who is on a mission to start a community pumpkin patch.
“I think food should be free. It is easy to grow abundant food,” McCaffrey said. “We all grow grass....The borough grows trees, but no fruit.”
If you would like to participate with the community garden on 10th street contact Bacher at 724-385-0895.