Cornwall Ontario – The garden of the courtyard at Pommier Jewellers was vandalized. The discovery of the vandalism happened earlier this morning.
“This morning we came across our flowers torn out of the courtyard wall and on the ground,” said Andre Pommier.
Pommier Jewellers has been committed to making downtown Cornwall look more beautiful.
“We put a lot of work into our garden and in our community to help make Cornwall a beautiful place to live. This act of vandalism was very sad to see but Maryse has been hard at work replanting those that could be,” Andre Pommier stated on the Pommier Jewellers Facebook page.
Help keep our community beautiful, clean, and safe. If you see someone committing a crime please report it to the police. If you have any information on this case of vandalism please notify the local authorities.
UPDATE: BIG BROTHERS AND BIG SISTERS DONATE FLOWERS
Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Cornwall & District donated some beautiful new flowers to Pommier Jewellers.
“We would like to send a huge thank you to the amazing people over at Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cornwall & District that stopped by with some beautiful new flowers. We would also like to thank all of those who have contacted the store and sent their support. We will continue to remain a positive light in our community and can only hope that those who did this, will learn from their mistakes,” said Pommier.
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