TRACY -- Police in Tracy are seeking vandals who caused more than $5,000 in damage to a cemetery in January, and now they're offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest.

A $100 reward from Tracy Crime Stoppers is being offered in connection with the Jan. 16 vandalism at the Tracy Public Cemetery, 501 E. Schulte Road.

Vandals knocked over a headstone and broke off approximately 26 marble vases from permanently attached settings at the cemetery, police said.

At least 23 families were left to repair or replace the broken vases, with each costing at least $150 and some as much as $300, police said. The Tracy Press reported that some of the headstones with the vases attached were more than 50 years old.

An employee of the cemetery said no other incidents of vandalism have occurred since January.

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