Vandals strike Trump golf course in Throgs Neck

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Police are seeking two people who allegedly cut down trees at a Throgs Neck golf course owned by President Donald Trump. Police are seeking two people who allegedly cut down trees at a Throgs Neck golf course owned by President Donald Trump.
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Police are seeking two people who allegedly cut down trees at a Throgs Neck golf course owned by President Donald Trump.

The two intruders scaled a metal fence before buzzing down four trees with a chainsaw, police say.

It happened around 9:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Police say they found the chainsaw, but no arrests have been made.
 

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