Vandals have said bah-humbug to the City of Albany’s display of festive spirit by damaging three Christmas light installations along York Street at the weekend. The City switched on its inaugural Christmas Lights Trail through the Albany CBD on Saturday night which includes 14 twinkling installations dotted from the top of York Street to Anzac Peace Park. But the fun was short-lived, with three light displays damaged including the “Selfie Reindeer” outside St John’s Church and a window at the visitor centre. City of Albany executive director community services Nathan Watson urged anyone who witnessed any antisocial behaviour around the installations to report it to police. “The community response to the Christmas Lights Trail has been overwhelmingly positive from the community, so it’s really disappointing that a few of the installations have been damaged,” Mr Watson said. “Two of the three damaged installations are working again but the Selfie Reindeer that was outside St John’s Church has been removed while we try to have it repaired. “There’s some fun photo opportunities along the trail so we’re encouraging everyone to plan a trip to the city centre before Christmas to enjoy the installations and support local businesses with their Christmas shopping.” For details, visit cityofalbanyevents.com.