Every spring, towns and cities begin maintenance on their local parks to get them ready for families to enjoy through the fall. Naturally, as the snow melts and runoff fills different areas, the ground becomes extremely muddy.

According to the Riverview Parks District in Clifton Park, almost every year somebody drives a vehicle through one of the parks causing extensive damage to the grounds. This year was no different, but it looks like they found vandal.

On Saturday morning neighbors of one of the parks woke up to find somebody had done donuts through the mud, once again destroying the grounds. The mud, however, was too dense and too deep for the vehicle to handle and it got stuck.

Below can be seen some of the damage done next to the park's playground.

Riverview Parks District, Facebook
Riverview Parks District, Facebook
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A closer look at the damage

Riverview Parks District, Facebook
Riverview Parks District, Facebook
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In the process of doing donuts, SUV got stuck in the mud.

Riverview Parks District, Facebook
Riverview Parks District, Facebook
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This is karma at its best.

Riverview Parks District, Facebook
Riverview Parks District, Facebook
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The name of the individual hasn't been released, but if you know anyone who drives a grey-ish/black Nissan Pathfinder with a Yankees sticker on the back window - and likely covered in mud - that's probably your vandal.

Riverview Parks District, Facebook
Riverview Parks District, Facebook
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The park's Facebook page blotted out the license plate number, but apparently the culprit was caught. No word on what the punishment is, but hopefully a good amount of this person's spring will be spend 'volunteering' to help keep the parks in good shape for 2022.

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