WGNTV Police found a dozen razor blades glued to the playground equipment in the East Moline park after a 2-year-old boy sliced his finger while playing in the park on Monday.
WGNTV Police said it wasn’t clear how long the razor blades had been glued to the playground equipment. Previous Next
A dozen razor blades were found glued to playground equipment an Illinois city park after a 2-year-old boy sliced his finger, authorities said.
The child was cut while playing in Millennium Park in East Moline — located about 150 miles west of Chicago — on Monday afternoon, police said.
The father, who was with the child in the park, treated the boy’s wound at home.
WGNTV East Moline police found the razor blades after a man said his 2-year-old son was cut while playing in the park on Monday.
Police later found 12 razor blades glued to the playground equipment, but didn’t find any more during a search of the city’s other 14 parks, police said.
East Moline Police Lt. Brian Foltz told WGN-TV that investigators were not sure how long the razor blades had been planted in the playground.
No arrests were immediately made.