Police say they have concluded an investigation after graffiti was located at a park in Georgina, Ont.
Officers said areas of the park and equipment had been vandalized with anti-Black and offensive graffiti.
Later the same day, police were called to a house in Georgina after two children confessed they were responsible.
Police said the children were “remorseful for their actions.”
Due to their age, one of the children was given a warning. Police said they discussed the consequences with the child’s family.
The older child was eligible for the community referral program, an alternative resolution for youth that have committed a criminal offence.
Police encouraged parents to have an “ongoing dialogue” with children about how their actions impact the community.