Suspect in vandalism of Colorado ice sculpture valued at $2,000 turned herself in

Katherine Gail Kreidle is pictured on the right. Photo courtesy Vail PD. The picture on the left is a surveillance photo.
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VAIL, Colo. (KKTV) - Police in Colorado say the woman tied to the vandalism of an ice sculpture turned herself in.

The crime was caught on camera on Jan. 2 at about 10:30 p.m. The suspects were walking near the Winterfest ice sculptures located along the Gore Creek Promenade in Vail Village.

One of the people in the video is seen kicking a sculpture, multiple times until it fell over and was completely destroyed. The sculpture was valued at about $2,000.

Katherine Kreidle, 22 of Golden, turned herself in on Thursday. She was arrested for felony criminal mischief. It isn't clear if the other people in the surveillance video will face any charges.

"During its investigation, the Vail Police Department identified Kreidle from leads generated from the public after images taken from surveillance cameras were circulated on social media," Vail Police wrote in a release. "The Vail Police Department would like to extend its gratitude to the greater community for assisting with this case."