Revelstoke's yarn bombing gang struck the statues sometime overnight on March 21.

Yarn bombers strike the grizzly statues!

Revelstoke's yarn bombers have struck again, this time hitting the famous grizzly bear statues that mark the gateway to Grizzly Plaza.

Revelstoke’s yarn bombers have struck again, this time hitting the famous grizzly bear statues that mark the gateway to Grizzly Plaza.

The so-called House Keeping gang struck sometime overnight on March 21, adorning the statues with scarves, leg warmers and little hats for their ears.

‘House Keeping’ previously targeted the fish sculpture at the end of February and is believed to be behind the scarf wrapped around the Rotary Clock in late-January.

The Times Review scoured the scene for clues to the gang’s identity but unlike last time, no note was found. We did find a piece of red yarn lying on the ground. DNA sampling is pending.

Where do think the House Keeping gang will strike next?

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