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Huron OPP are investigating election sign vandalism

Huron County OPP is investigating two separate mischief incidents wherein political party election signs were recently vandalized.

A number of election signs were found damaged off of Harriston Road near Gorrie. The signs were set up by volunteers on August 21st and were damaged sometime overnight. In addition, Huron OPP received a report Tuesday about a number of election signs that were damaged off of Highway 21 near Amberley.

Huron OPP would like to remind the public that it is a criminal offence to remove or damage official election signs on public property.

People found damaging or removing signs can face charges of Mischief under the Criminal Code. You could also be in violation of the Trespass to Property Act.

To make a complaint or allegation of wrongdoing about election signs displayed during a federal election, please write to the Office of the Commissioner of Canada Elections.

Should you have any information on these mischiefs please contact Huron OPP.
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