RCMP are looking for a suspect after shots were fired at a SaskEnergy building near the town of Watson about 155 kilometers east of Saskatoon.
Police say the small regulator station was targeted between the beginning of January and Feb. 2 this year.
No one was hurt and there was only minor damage to the structure’s exterior.
Casey MacLeod, a SaskEnergy spokeswoman, says the vandalism was discovered when a technician doing routine maintenance checks in the area found bullet holes in the outer walls.
MacLeod says the shots did not cause any disruption in service.
She says the building contains natural gas lines and other equipment