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Tire tracks damage Vantreight barley field

The Vantreight family, owners of Vantreight Farms, are hoping the public can identify who burned tracks into their barley fields this Monday, Dec. 5, and last Monday, Nov. 28. - Ryan Vantreight photo
The Vantreight family, owners of Vantreight Farms, are hoping the public can identify who burned tracks into their barley fields this Monday, Dec. 5, and last Monday, Nov. 28.
— image credit: Ryan Vantreight photo

The Vantreight family and Central Saanich police hope people will identify who might have burned tire track marks into Vantreight Farms’ barley field the past two weekends.

Ryan Vantreight noticed the tracks on his way to work on Monday, Nov. 29, and again the morning of Monday, Dec. 5.

“It takes a special kind of disrespect and ignorance to have fun at a farmer’s expense,” he said.

Anyone with information is asked to call Central Saanich police at 250-652-4441 and quote case 11-4028.

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