In the early morning on April 27, Parks Canada employees discovered a break-in into two areas of the Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site.
Michelle Holmes, site and visitor experience manager, said the break-in caused roughly $2,000 worth of damage and they will need to replace two windows, a light and a display case.
Holmes said staff responded to the incident according to protocol and did a thorough search of the inventory at the site and discovered nothing significant was taken.
Parks Canada doesn’t know if it was one individual or multiple people who vandalized the property.
Holmes said the West Shore RCMP is investigating the matter.