After being called out on the mischief complaint at about 2:30 a.m., police discovered that two employee vehicles and a company semi truck had been damaged.
RCMP Sergeant Al Affleck said an employee discovered that driver’s seat of one vehicle had been lit on fire and was badly burned.
As well, the rear-view mirror had been snapped off, along with the turning signal handle and there were a number of scratches to the outside of the vehicle as well as puncture holes in its doors and hood.
The tires of the vehicle had also been slashed and the rear passenger side window had been cracked and the gas lid was open and bent.
The second vehicle had two tires slashed, with a large wooden shelf unit pushed over onto the hood of the car. The interior of the vehicle had the turning signal handle snapped off and a large piece was tore from the driver's seat. The semi truck had a smashed windshield.