Booby traps hidden at N.J. park

Someone is setting booby traps in the popular High Mountain Preserve Park in Wayne, NJ.

There are about 11 miles of wooded trails that people go to walk, hike, bike ride and take their kids but someone or some people have taken it upon themselves to carefully place dangerous booby traps along the dirt paths to seriously injure park goers.

Wayne Police Police Department released photographs of the traps.

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