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Recharging machines and turnstiles vandalized at the Panama Metro station
The Panama Metro reported that the person who vandalized the recharging machines and turnstiles at the Pedregal station is in police custody.
The Panama Metro reported that in the morning hours of this Wednesday, August 18, a citizen entered the Pedregal station and with mallet in hand, vandalized the recharging machines and turnstiles.
The person is in the custody of the Panama Metro police unit.
While the users and personnel who were at the time of the event were unharmed and the Pedregal station remains operational, the Panama Metro said in a statement.
"We reproach these types of actions that deteriorate a public good that benefits thousands of users," said the Panama Metro.
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