An investigation has been launched after a baby's grave was vandalised in Co Limerick.
Baby Gary McDonagh passed away in August last year and is buried at Taylor's Cross in Fedamore.
Ornaments around his grave were smashed and a cross was removed from this grave last Friday.
The cross was then dumped at his grandmother's home nearby.
Baby Gary died from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, at the age of three months.
His father, who is also named Gary, says it is disturbing to think someone can do this to an innocent child's resting place.
"What actually happened is I walked out my mam's front door and the cross was actually sitting in her yard from the grave, brought down to my mum's and thrown over the wall.
"We found that there was loads of stuff from other people's graves and thrown on to our son's grave.
"And they picked up the angels that were on top of my son's grave and bursted them off the ground and smashed.
"There was lights going around his whole grave - they danced all over them".
"I just want them to stop and leave my son's grave alone.
"If they're fighting with any of my family, just take it out on them - come to my house and take it out on me.
"Not my son's grave - it's sick".
Gardaí say no arrests have yet been made and investigations are ongoing.