An overnight break-in at Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site caused approximately $2,000 worth of damage.

An overnight break-in at Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site caused approximately $2,000 worth of damage.

Approximately $2,000 worth of damage has been caused following a break in at Fort Rodd Hill National Historic Site.

Parks Canada said the incident occurred overnight Thursday at two areas of the site. Two windows, a light and a display cage were damaged. Employees discovered the damage in the morning.

Parks Canada said its staff conducted a thorough inventory of the house and nothing significant was stolen. They believe one individual was involved in the break in.

West Shore RCMP is investigating the incident.

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