Police are appealing for public assistance after vandals damaged the Kogarah Waratah FC facilities at Scarborough Park, Monterey.
About 5.15pm on Sunday, police were called to Scarborough Park following reports two unknown people were using poles to damage the outside of a building on the corner of Barton Street and Scarborough Lane.
During the incident, windows, lights, roofing, sporting equipment and toilets - that are also used by the local community - were significantly damaged.
On arrival, officers from St George Police Area Command commenced a search of the surrounding area, however the pair were not located.
They were last seen wearing black tracksuits and fled the scene on black pushbikes.
Anyone with information, dashcam or CCTV of the surrounding area is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
Rockdale MP Steve Kamper condemned the vandalism of the Kogarah Waratah FC facilities.
"I am not sure why anyone would think it was a fun idea to destroy a community sport canteen," Mr Kamper said on his Facebook site.
"As a result of the damage, the toilets will be out of action until further notice for not only our club but the local residents and those who use the nearby children's playground.
Kogarah Waratah FC posted a message: "Thanks to the people who thought it was a fun idea to destroy a community sport canteen. Unfortunately the toilets will be out of action until further notice for not only our club but the local residents and those who use the nearby children's playground. If you saw or heard anything, please contact us or Bayside Council."
Kogarah Waratah FC president Raff Dardano said there was at least $10,000 in damage to the club facilities.
"This will definitely disrupt our schedule if we go back to sport next week," he said.
"These toilets were put there specifically for the aadjacent play centre so now the kids will have nowhere to to to the toilet.
"We had two cubilces firebombed in January which still haven't been repaired."
Anyone with information about this incident is urged to contact Crime Stoppers: 1800 333 000 or https://nsw.crimestoppers.com.au. Information is treated in strict confidence. The public is reminded not to report information via NSW Police social media pages.
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