One of St. Paul’s most cherished institutions has been blindsided by a break-in, but they say it won’t stop them.
The volunteers behind Haying in the 30’s went to the site of the event earlier today to get ready for another year and made a shocking discovery. Someone had broken the lock on a trailer containing the tools they use to get the area ready and stolen them. The organization is now without many of the items they need to get the event ready. Worse yet, many of these tools were owned by the volunteers themselves.
However, nothing’s getting cancelled.
“The show will go on,” says President Lorne Buryn, “We’re not going to let some criminal stop us. We will move on. It’s far too popular to let something like that bothering us too much.”
The authorities have been notified and are investigating. If you see anyone selling a large number of used power tools and you feel something is a little off, notify local RCMP.