The City of Albany is seeking community assistance and information following vandalism and theft at Muttonbird Beach in early August.
A toilet, which was recently installed as part of the Muttonbird Improvement Plan, was vandalised between Monday August 7 and Tuesday August 8.
A number of items were stolen including a fibreglass door, colourbond panels, a 620L water tank, downpipes and a stainless steel sink and taps.
The total damage equates to approximately $5,500 and has left the City of Albany disappointed and frustrated.
City of Albany Executive Director of Works and Services Matthew Thomson said the City had made a significant commitment of funds to implement the Muttonbird Improvement Plan and to see the first phase of work vandalised was disheartening.
“The City works hard to provide quality facilities to our community, to see them damaged within one month of installation is incredibly frustrating,” Mr Thomson said.
“The incident has been reported, anyone with information regarding the incident is encouraged to contact the City of Albany or local police.”