Gillieston Heights homes, letter boxes, targeted in graffiti rampage

Police are appealing for information after homes in Saddlers Ridge and Oakwood Village were targeted in a graffiti attack.

The attack saw eight homes at the entry to the village littered in graffiti along with two letters boxes in Saddlers Ridge, the estate sign and a footpath.

The Wallis Creek estate sign was also attacked twice over two nights. 

Village resident Ron Holden had his home vandalised and he urged anyone with information to contact police.

“A lot of the people in the village are quite elderly … I want to bring people’s attention to this,” he said. 

“I’ve got quite a bit of graffiti on the side of my house, and it’s very hard to remove.”

The attacks happened after dark on November 22.

It came before thieves tried to break into a Gillieston Heights home through the tile roof on November 24.

Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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