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Oasis Water Park Break-in

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Employees with the Oasis Water Park in the heights, a nonprofit organization, are implementing new safety procedures after a weekend break-in.

The Oasis Water Park Director Chuck Barthuly says a defibrillator, and an undisclosed amount of cash, were stolen from the park Friday and Saturday night. After viewing security camera footage, it's believed two men jumped over the park's fence and broke into the facility.

"I poured my heart and soul into this and it's extremely difficult for me to understand how somebody could come in here and take advantage of this facility that is really about community and its about our families," says Barthuly.

New equipment will be installed and new security guidelines will be put into place to help prevent future break-ins.

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