WOODSTOCK, N.B. — Two controversial signs erected by the Woodstock First Nations warning of future tollbooths on the Trans-Canada Highway have been vandalized.
The signs had been erected last week, but Sgt. Everett Parker says vandals removed the signs sometime between 10 p.m. Saturday and 3 a.m. Sunday.
Both signs appear to have been burned and cut down with a chainsaw. Woodstock RCMP are investigating, but reportedly have no suspects.
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