PHOTOS: Surrey’s Bose Corn Maze vandalized

The Bose and Sons Family Farm Corn Maze was vandalized. (Bose and Sons Family Farm Facebook image)
The Bose and Sons Family Farm Corn Maze was vandalized. (Bose and Sons Family Farm Facebook image)
The Bose and Sons Family Farm Corn Maze was vandalized. (Bose and Sons Family Farm Facebook image)
The Bose and Sons Family Farm Corn Maze was vandalized. (Bose and Sons Family Farm Facebook image)
The Bose and Sons Family Farm Corn Maze was vandalized. (Bose and Sons Family Farm Facebook image)

The Bose Farms Corn Maze was temporarily closed Saturday after “extreme acts of vandalism.”

Owners of the maze, located at 5948 156 St., reported on Facebook yesterday that it had to close due to vandalism.

Sunday, the maze is to re-open from 12 to 4 p.m. Next weekend is to be the last weekend of the season.

Owner Mike Bose told Black Press Media that his neighbours pitched in to clean up.

“As farmers, we are used to picking ourselves up and getting the job done,” he said. “We will be open to the public Friday night, Saturday, Sunday and Thanksgiving Monday.”

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Photographs shared on Facebook show that a number of plastic chairs were destroyed. Aerial images show sections of the maze damaged.

“Thank-you all for the support,” the Bose and Sons Family Farm shared on Facebook Sunday morning. “We have cleaned up (some lost) seating and tables but will be running as normal, 12-4 p.m. today.”

The police have opened an investigation, and no arrests have been made.

“Surrey RCMP is asking anyone with information about this incident to contact Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502.”

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