Giulia hot on the trail of the Narrabundah slasher

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THE Liberals’ Giulia Jones is up in arms demanding Simon Corbell brings an end to the Narrabundah Tyre Slashers’ reign of terror.

“Today in the Legislative Assembly I will table a petition signed by more than 270 Canberrans calling on Simon Corbell and the government to commit more resources to catching the Narrabundah tyre slasher who has been causing havoc in the inner south for over a decade,” Giulia said.

“I have spoken to many residents, some who have had their cars and property vandalised more than ten times by this criminal. It simply isn’t good enough that this offender continues to attack the personal property of residents of Narrabundah and Griffith.

“Simon Corbell has had many opportunities to make the capture of this offender a high priority but so far he isn’t achieving it. It’s an indictment on the government that a petition has to be circulated to bring this issue again to Mr Corbell’s attention.”

[Photo by Ben Townsend, Attribution Licence]

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