- Category: Canada News
- Published Monday, December 28, 2015
- CTV News
HUBBARDS, N.S. - RCMP in Nova Scotia are looking for whoever is responsible for causing thousands of dollars in damage to homes and businesses from Hubbards to Chester.
Police say the vandalism occurred between late Saturday and early Sunday.
Homes between both communities along Highway 3 west of Halifax had mailboxes, green bins and trash cans overturned and damaged.
A tractor-trailer parked at the mall in Hubbards had its windows smashed.
Windows were also broken at a home and three businesses in the Chester area, while Christmas decorations at the historic Chester train station were damaged.
Police say they believe the incidents are related.