Penguins Brutally Assaulted, Suspects At-Large

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(THUNDER BAY, ON) – A very unique and talented couple decorated their front yard and home for Christmas and are collecting food for the food bank as well as collecting food and items for cats that they help in the community.

Sometime last night, two penguins that was on display and minding their own business were victimized by a brutal assault that they had endured.

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The penguins at this time have not been able to communicate who did what to them, but they sustained substantial damage during the criminal offense. Two south-side attack left one penguin with a broken head.

The home is listed via a Facebook page called “Jay & Jessica’s Christmas Light Show- Tune Your Radio to 93.3FM”. When you roll up to the home, you are encouraged to adjust your radio to 93.3FM and enjoy the show. There is a collection going on at the home for food to help the hungry and for cat food and items for cats to help them too.

In an interview with TRCC News the couple says that they put on the light show every year in an effort to make a difference and provide something positive for citizens to come out and enjoy. Children as well as people of all ages flock to the home to make donations and to enjoy the show.

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The light show has about 14,000 lights which are sure to impress, especially the children. Show this couple along with the injured penguins some support and drop off a non-perishable food donation to help feed the hungry. They are located at 124 Walsh Street.

Anyone with information about the penguin assault are urged to contact the Thunder Bay Police Service at 807-684-1200 or anonymously through the Crime Stoppers website at https://www.p3tips.com/273.

UPDATE

”Chip the penguin 🐧 is all bandaged up. He is back In the show. Thank you everyone that has offered to help and sending us emails. We are so thankful for such great community support we live in. It might be Chip the penguins last year so hope everyone can come out and enjoy the show…. Merry Christmas 🎄” From Jay and Jessica.

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8 Replies to “Penguins Brutally Assaulted, Suspects At-Large”

  1. wow this city is going to the dogs you cannot even decorate your yard or home without someone vandalising it. It is sad that our city has come to this state of despair. Whoever did it I hope you are very proud of yourself and hope you have a crummy Christmas. You deserve a lump of coal for a Christmas present.

  2. IT WAS ONE IN A RED ROBE – GREEN FUR – SORRY I M PUTTING IT ON U — THE GRINCH HE LIVES ON TOP OF THE MOUNTAin – not sure which one though – very sad NO MORALS – I DON T CARE 4 CHRISTMAS BUT I DO APPRECIATE OTHERS DO – WHY RUIN ANOTHERS HAPPIENESS AT THIS STRESSFULL TIME OF YEAR –

  3. I lived in Westfort for years these people have been decorating for a long time. I am sure my kids will enjoy it but it looks kinda shit with the milk crates sorry not my thing 🤣
    I love the fact that they try to bring a whimsical feel to the holiday but they decorate hella early and there are plenty of people who I am sure find those crates to be an eye sore like I do it’s near a high school and sorry to say it’s a popular walking path! bus stop is near could be college kids, anyone really!
    Sorry to the decorators but the milk cubes are just too Ugly only looks cute covered in snow for that short moment of time rest of the 90 days it’s out on your yard it’s eye blood

  4. How very sad and disheartening. I guess they’re used to something like this happening now and then. How amazing these people are to go to such time, effort and cost for charitable causes like pet care help and shelters and food banks. Giving kids and adults some joy seeing hearing music set to display, plus the good feeling leaving food or cash to help local pets and people. That they’ve suffered vandalism in past and now yet don’t get disheartened is also of way above average credit to them. I hope the community has reached out more to drop off, mail and email them, including dry goods and.or cash to help them out and have some to give to the charities. Anyone could copy their email contact address shown on their Facebook page, to log in to bank and send email interac cash to them to help them and the charities they give stuff to. Stuff needs to sit hi to be seen as snow depth increases. Looks fine. Milk cartons are fine lol 😉 I’m sending some ecash to help out. Maybe use it to get some shiny reflective foil type wrapping paper to make the cartons look like presents. Just an idea. They look fine as they are. 😉

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