Calgary Police Investigates Graffiti Related to COVID-19 at Prince Island’s Park


COGID-19 graffiti supporting public health measures, and criticizing the government’s handling of the epidemic in a Calgary park, has prompted police to search for those responsible.

On Saturday, spray-painted messages were scattered on an outdoor stage in Prince Island Park, “causing substantial damage to an over-used public park and facilities,” police said.

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It is believed that devotees painted graffiti around 12:30 p.m.

Spray-paint read: “Masks work, not 1%,” and “Who’s coughing today?” among other things.

Graffiti was seen spray-painting on the outdoor stage at Prince’s Island Park in Calgary.

Calgary Police Service

Graffiti was seen spray-painting on the outdoor stage at Prince’s Island Park in Calgary.

Calgary Police Service

“It is illegal to intentionally destroy property intentionally and such crimes will be investigated by law enforcement,” police said in a news release.

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The outdoor stage at Prince Island Park in Calgary is believed to have caused vandalism.

Calgary Police Service

Anyone who is a witness to the incident or may have information about the people behind the graffiti has been asked to contact or contact the police at 403-266-124 crime Stoppers.

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