A bust of the UK’s Queen Elizabeth II was came across without a head in a Canadian park, sending local police on a hunt for vandals following other recent acts of property destruction and violence around the same area.
The headless bust was spotted earlier this week in Victoria’s Beacon Hill Park, according to local reports. The incident comes after a wave of overnight vandalism struck the town, which left behind graffiti, though it is still unclear whether there is any connection between the two.
UPDATE | No arrests have been made, witnesses & surveillance footage are sought as we investigate yesterday’s graffiti spree & ‘beheading’ of the Queen Elizabeth II statue in Beacon Hill Park. #yyj | https://t.co/S9iFwvleO3| (1/4)
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