RCMP seek information

Police have issued an appeal to the community in Halkirk to identify and catch the culprits in an act of vandalism.

Police have issued an appeal to the community in Halkirk to identify and catch the culprits in an act of vandalism.

Coronation RCMP said the offenders probably deliberately damaged the fencing at the playground and asked for anyone with information to come forward.

Follows the statement:

Coronation RCMP are asking for public assistance in solving the following crime. Sometime between the evening of Dec. 10 and the morning of Dec. 11, an unknown vehicle drove through the playground fence beneath the water tower in Halkirk.

This appears to be a deliberate act of mischief. The fence was knocked down in two places; where the vehicle entered and where it exited. Damage to the fence was extensive and will cost several hundred dollars to repair.

If you have any information in regard to this incident, please contact the Coronation RCMP at 403-578-3666 or Crimestoppers at 1-800-222-8477 ( TIPS).

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