'It would have to take a sociopath to do something like this': Peanut butter discovered smeared ALL over Toronto playground 'to target kids with allergies' +2 Mother Sarah Bolton (pictured) noticed the peanut butter at Dufferin Grove Park on Wednesday morning A playground in a Toronto, Canada, park was revealed this week to be smeared with peanut butter. Mother Sarah Bolton noticed the peanut butter at Dufferin Grove Park on Wednesday morning, the Toronto Star reported. Bolton, who was with her 2-year-old child Lewis at the time of the discovery, told the newspaper: 'It's just a really scary situation. 'It would have to take a sociopath to do something like this.' She recalled: 'It was everywhere. 'All over the hand railings... on the ladder, all over the swings, all over the slides.' Speaking to the National Post, Bolton said: 'The volume must have been at least three jars of peanut butter. It was unbelievable.' Scroll down for vdeo A Parks, Forestry and Recreation spokesman said parks staff removed the peanut butter from the playground equipment Parks, Forestry and Recreation spokesman Matthew Cutler told CTV News: 'At Dufferin Grove on Wednesday, staff were approached in the park by a parent who reported peanut butter on the playground equipment. 'In this case, there was peanut butter on the equipment which was promptly removed by parks staff.' Peanut butter was previously reported to be on Carleton Park, Perth Square, and Hillcrest Park playgrounds, according to CTV News. Cutler told the outlet peanut butter was not located at those parks by parks staff. Food Allergy Canada said in a statement: 'Given that even a small amount of peanut butter, if ingested, could cause a serious allergic reaction and be potentially life-threatening, it is an upsetting situation for everyone.' +2 Dufferin Grove Park is seen in this Google Maps image The group said: 'Food allergies are a health concern for over 2.5 million Canadians. 'Peanut allergy affects approximately 2.4 per cent of children (under 18), representing about 167,000 kids.' Toronto police spokeswoman Const. Caroline de Kloet told the National Post: 'As soon as someone calls the police, an investigation will begin. 'But we can't start an investigation based on a story in a newspaper or comments online. 'It's gone viral... but nobody has filed a report saying they were there or they've seen it.'