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RCMP Investigate Vandalism Near Plan B Site

Plan B Machinery Vandalism 3.jpgMonday morning, officials from Island Coastal discovered they thought looked like bullet holes through some of the windows of pieces of their heavy machinery parked in the Bonshaw area. The machinery is there for the Plan B highway realignment, but isn't being used right now.
Island Coastal owner, Blair MacLauchlan, didn't want to do a taped interview...but estimates the damage is about 35 hundred dollars. The CBC's Patrick Faller spoke with one of the protestors who's been camping near the project, as well as the RCMP's Constable Jeffrey Dow about the vandalism.

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