A piece of art in Beacon Hill Park discovered tagged Dec. 19. (Penny Pitcher photo)

Water spray park vandalized in Victoria

Significant graffiti mars children’s play area in Beacon Hill Park

Police are investigating vandalism in Beacon Hill Park after The Watering Can spray park was tagged.

Significant graffiti covered the popular water park on Dec. 19.

The water park, one of many amenities in Beacon Hill near the entrance at Simcoe and Douglas streets, is open June to Labour Day.

Anyone with information on the crime is asked to call Victoria Police at 250-995-7654.

READ ALSO: Victoria’s next set of bike lanes slated to run along Beacon Hill Park

READ ALSO: Baby goats from Beacon Hill Children’s Park are getting evicted



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A piece of art in Beacon Hill Park discovered tagged Dec. 19. (Penny Pitcher photo)

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