Peterborough police are investigating the vandalism of eight bus shelters across the city on the Family Day long weekend.
On Tuesday (February 21), police received an online report stating the incidents happened between Sunday night and Monday morning. On Monday afternoon, Peterborough city councillor Matt Crowley posted photos of the damage on his Twitter account.
In each incident, the glass was smashed at the bus shelter. Damage is estimated at $8,000.
The damaged bus shelters are located at Dobbin Road and Lansdowne Street, Brealey Drive and Lansdowne Street, Clonsilla Avenue and Lansdowne Street, Monaghan Road and Lansdowne Street, Chemong Road and Milroy Drive, Chemong Road and Simons Avenue, Water Street and Edinburgh, and George Street and Princess Street.
Police are asking anyone who may have seen anything suspicious or has video footage to call the Peterborough police crime line at 705-876-1122 x555.
If you prefer to remain anonymous, you can contact Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or online at stopcrimehere.ca.
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