The Narrabundah Slasher rides again

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WHILE an arrest was made months ago into the Narrabundah tyre slashings it seems the crimes have continued.

Questioning by the Liberals Giulia Jones has forced the Government to admit there have been four more such incidents since June.

“This just goes to show that we are not done yet and there is a lot of work to do with regards to the Narrabundah tyre slasher,” Giulia said.

“I urge the Minister to put enough resources into policing this ongoing issue. Decades of this crime have started to be resolved only after the Minister was pressured to put resources into ACT policing to focus on this problem.

“The Minister is not finished yet and must stop these crimes continuing. Every attack means hundreds or even thousands of dollars that the victim has to pay so they can drive to work or pick up the kids from school. It’s unacceptable that this is continuing.”

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