Council seeking information about Splash Centre vandalism - 10/12/2010Mayor Annette Main and Acting Deputy Mayor Ray Stevens have appealed to the public for information about a vandalism attack at the Splash Centre.
Twelve windows had graffiti etched onto them overnight on Thursday and will need to be fixed or replaced.
“More than 10,000 cars go past the Splash Centre every day so it’s very likely that someone noticed the vandals,” Mayor Main said.
“I urge anyone with information to contact the council confidentially so we can identify the vandals and prosecute them.”
Cr Stevens said it is in the interest of the whole community to stop vandalism.
“The cost of fixing the damage impacts on our rates. We already have more than $600,000 a year allocated in our budget for cleaning up graffiti and other mindless vandalism.”
Anyone with information about the Splash Centre graffiti can contact the council on 349 0001.
View photos of graffiti: Photo 1, Photo 2