Lambton County OPP are seeking witnesses after a business, signs and a car in Grand Bend were spray-painted with the words 'Stop Wind Power.'

All of the mischief incidents occurred between Wednesday night and Thursday morning along Ontario Street.

Three signs, the side of a business and a car were all hit with graffiti. Two tires on the car, which belongs to a wind company employee, were also slashed.

Bill Weber, mayor of the Municipality of Lambton Shores, says "Reaction is disappointment. It's disappointing that it would come to this in Lambton Shores."

Even more frustrating for Weber is that the municipality - which includes Grand Bend - is one of nearly 100 unwilling host communities in Ontario.

The municipality has been fighting to keep turbines out of the community and stands largely on the same side as those in the anti-wind movement.

"Everyone understands the frustration that the anti-wind people have, that's the frustration that the municipality has with the Green Energy Act," Weber says.

Provincial approval to build 92 new wind turbines near Grand Bend was just handed down this week.

And while not directly involved in the wind debate, the businesses may have been targeted because they are close to homes and apartments being rented by wind company employees.

OPP Const. Chrystal Jones says "The OPP understands this is a very sensitive issue in our communities. Bottom line is, it's mischief, it's against the law and we're not going to tolerate this."

Anyone with information on what happened is asked to contact OPP at 1-888-310-1122, their nearest police authority or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.