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Search continues in Kingston for Lemoine Point vandal

Kingston police are continuing their search for an individual they say has caused around $5,000 worth of damage to multiple parks across the city.
Kingston police are continuing their search for an individual they say has caused around $5,000 worth of damage to multiple parks across the city. Global News

Kingston police are still looking for the culprit following a recent rash of vandalism at the Lemoine Point Conservation Area.

From April through August, 30 benches were damaged, along with a washroom and signage in the park, with damage totalling about $5,000.

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Many of the vandalized benches have memorial plaques on them.

Police say other west-end parks were also targeted, including Lake Ontario Park and Rotary Park.

The male suspect is described as having a slim to medium build with short brown hair. Police say he was riding a light blue or grey bicycle with a unique rear fender and wearing a blue bicycle helmet.

 

 

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