CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC)- A Charleston man is offering a reward for information leading to the arrest of a vandal who destroyed a $20,000 antique fountain in his front yard.
David Skinner said his Radcliffe Street home is a target because it is just a block away from some of the King Street bars.
"Trash, people urinating in the yard, constantly ripping pickets off of our fence," Skinner said. "I don't believe we would have gotten number one tourist destination if the world could see what happens two o'clock in the morning in Charleston."
Early Saturday morning, Skinner said vandals went too far and destroyed an antique fountain in the front yard.
"Retailed for around twenty grand in my antique shop and it's over there broken in a million pieces," he said.
What the culprit apparently didn't know is that Skinner has surveillance cameras.
Skinner believes the cameras show the guy who damaged the fountain leaving after the crime.