Repeated vandalism in public places has the town of Norridgewock considering investing in better lighting and security cameras. The Morning Sentinel reports, that the most recent incident was a break-in and theft at the library. And a few weeks ago, someone in an all-terrain vehicle drove through the gates of a local park and pushed a portable toilet into the Kennebuc River. The library and park don’t have surveillance or security systems. Town Manager Michelle Flewelling says there have also been petty crimes, such as broken signs and trash cans. Flewelling said officials have been looking at setting up cameras around town that would broadcast footage on the town website and in the town office. She said cost estimates begin at about $20,000.