Two war veterans' headstones have been destroyed at the Waugh Road cemetery, with police investigating the senseless incident only days after Anzac Day.
The damage was discovered on Tuesday morning by a woman walking past the Albury War Cemetery, which contains the graves of 96 people killed in World War II.
The two white marble headstones were snapped at the base and will need to be replaced.
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Albury police were notified of the incident.
Large fencing was installed at the nearby cemetery on the western side of Waugh Road following vandalism, with gates closed from 7pm to 8am as a deterrent.
But the war cemetery is easily accessible at all hours.
Both damaged headstones appeared to have been kicked from behind and fell face down.
It was unclear which soldiers they are for.
Anyone with information on those responsible can call 1800 333 000.