POLICE are investigating after not-for-profit Naragebup Rockingham Regional Environment Centre was ransacked on the weekend.
Chairwoman Barbara Sciesinski said she found the alarm going off in the centre on Sunday morning at about 8am.
She said one of the centre’s windows was found smashed where she said entry was gained.
“Reception was trashed, everything was gone through including the reptile care office,” she said.
“Things were broken like containers, wiring was pulled out and they took the internet modem, process box and took the float.”
Ms Sciesinski said the centre’s external hard drives and laptops were stolen.
“We have a big mess on the floor and have to get wiring fixed,” she said.
She said no animals were hurt during the ransacking.
“The animals are still a little shaken and stressed but there was no physical harm done to the animals,” she said.
Ms Sciesinski said the local community had rallied together and helped the centre clean up.