Those who sprayed graffiti on BC Hydro boxes in front of two Aldergrove funeral homes are asked to come back and repair the damage.

Graffiti not welcome on Aldergrove Hydro boxes

Boxes in front of two funeral homes defaced by vandals over the weekend.

Editor: This photo shows one of several “tags,” as they like to call them. They were placed this weekend on BC Hydro boxes outside two local funeral home properties in Aldergrove.

What sort of individual chooses to deface property in front of a funeral home?  We looked around the neighbourhood and found other Hydro boxes not defaced, so it would appear that the funeral homes were targeted.

One of the photo I took shows a BC Hydro box that was not defaced, only two doors from our funeral home.  The others show Hydro boxes, deliberately defaced with “tags.”

Apparently this is a message of sorts.  Who knew? We have information that the tags are identifiable and the perpetrators will be caught and brought to justice.

Not fame. That is what they seek, and we will not give it to them.  If you are the one who did this, come back and clean it up, no questions asked.

Wayne Boylan,

Aldergrove

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