Police in East Moline combed through the city’s 15 parks after a toddler cut his hand on razor blades that had been glued to playground equipment.
The 2-year-old boy was injured Monday afternoon while with his father in Millennium Park, police said. The boy suffered a minor cut to his finger and was treated by his father at home
Police said they found a dozen razor blades glued to playground equipment in the park, but didn’t find any in the other parks. East Moline Police Lt. Brian Foltz said police weren’t sure how long the razor blades were there.
There was no word this morning about anyone in custody
Source: Chicago Tribune