Police ask for public’s help after Grimsby fire station sign and vehicles vandalized

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Published October 13, 2022 at 1:40 pm

Niagara Police are appealing to residents near the Grimsby Fire Station at 261 Ontario Street to check any CCTV footage in connection with vandalism at the station.

Police said on September 15, they were called to the station after three fire department vehicles and one sign had been vandalized with red spray paint.

They added the vandalism took place overnight September 14-15 and added the suspect left behind a single canister of red Rust-oleum caliper paint.

A repeated image is a heart with a line down the center but a Google search couldn’t find the significance or meaning behind the symbol.

After having no luck finding leads, police are asking area residents to review their CCTV footage from that evening and contact the lead investigator at 905-688-4111, option 3, extension 1009935 with any relevant information.

 

 

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