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Police want to hear from witnesses regarding graffiti in Prince's Island Park

Last Updated May 4, 2021 at 12:52 pm MDT

Calgary police are hoping to hear from anyone who may have information on the graffiti in Prince's Island Park. (CREDIT: CPS)

CALGARY – Calgary police are hoping someone saw who vandalized a widely-used public area in Prince’s Island Park.

Officers say around 12:30 a.m. Saturday four people graffitied the stage area of the park, causing significant damage.

Things like “Masks work the 1% don’t” and “Our leaders failed why are anti-masks led by known racists” were scrawled on the walls in black and silver paint.

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Now officers are looking to speak with anyone who might have any information on the vandalism.

If you have anything to share, you can reach out to the police or submit an anonymous tip via Crime Stoppers.