Town employees Keepy Johel and Kate Frost clean-up paint splattered over the Forest Workers’ Memorial Park on South Shore Road on Wednesday

RCMP looking for paint vandal(s)

RCMP Report: Looking for paint vandal(s), owners of an unclaimed kayak and garden ornaments

Town employees Keepy Johel and  Kate Frost clean-up paint splattered over the Forest Workers’ Memorial Park on South Shore Road  on Wednesday, Oct. 10.

Local RCMP are also looking for any information about individual/s who spray painted several buildings with green, blue, and yellow spray paint in Lake Cowichan between Sept. 26 and 27.

Lake Cowihcan RCMP believe that these two incidents may be connected. Anyone with information is asked to call 250-749-6668.

Lake Cowichan RCMP want to know if you are missing a garden ornament.

This ornament, pictured with Cpl. Potter below, has been waiting to be claimed at the detachment’s office for approximately a month and police would like to return it to its rightful owner.

RCMP have also recovered a kayak that was adrift on Cowichan Lake.

To claim items or provide information, call 250-749-6668.

 

 

 

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