Vandalism at reservoir is under investigation

The Carnduff RCMP is investigating a vandalism incident that occurred at Grant Devine Lake (formerly known as Alameda Dam).

According to the Saskatchewan Crime Watch Advisory Network, the RCMP was notified by a concerned citizen who observed graffiti on the walls of the spillway at the reservoir. The complainant cautiously described that someone may appreciate the effort but the creative effort does not excuse this as being a criminal act of property damage.

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The Carnduff RCMP Detachment echoes the complainant's view, and further would like to highlight the risk of personal injury near and around the dam at the reservoir is high during any season.

If you have information related to this advisory please call 310-RCMP for an immediate response, or you can call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477).

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