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Police looking for vandals of Telstra call centre building

POLICE are appealing for information after more than $10,000 damage was done to windows of the old Telstra call centre at Goonellabah.

Lismore police Inspector Bill McKenna said between June 23 and July 2 vandals threw a number of rocks at seven sliding glass windows at the old Telstra building on Simeoni Dr at Goonellabah.

"As a result damage totalling over $10,000 was occasioned to the premises," he said.

Police are currently investigating the incident and are urging anyone with any information to call Lismore police on 6626 0599 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  vandalism




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