Vandals have attacked historic Boronia House overnight, smashing several windows and spraying anti-Police vitriol across the building in blue and red paint.
“F**k Mosman Cops” were among messages scrawled across the Military Rd building, shocking nearby business owners and residents who say the area has sunk “to a new low”.
It’s believed to be the second time the local landmark, once considered a jewel in Mosman’s crown, has been targeted this year.
Crude, anti-police graffiti was painted on the walls of Boronia House in Mosman.
“Unruly teenagers who should know better have run amok in and around Reservoir Park in a brazen hit job on Boronia House,” neighbouring real estate agent Robert Simeon told Mosman Collective.
“These kids have no regard for the historical value of the building, and it’s a genuinely disgraceful act on a heritage structure.
“I hope the police find the culprits and make them clean the entire building.”
Locked gates and CCTV did not deter vandals who defaced Boronia House over the weekend, with furious residents calling the attack “a disgrace”.
Police have confirmed they have launched an investigation into the vandalism attack and were conducting enquiries at Reservoir Park on Monday afternoon.
A number of windows have been smashed with bricks, and a Council rubbish bin has also been “tagged”, causing a damage bill “in the thousands.”
“Replacing windows and repainting the building will come at a huge expense, no doubt to Mosman rate-payers who will have to fork out thousands,” Mr Simeon said.