Police investigating graffiti damage around Drouin Station
 Baw Baw News   By // 11:39, Monday 24 June 2013

warragul police william kulich warragul citizenPOLICE are seeking information about a number of graffiti offences committed around Drouin Station recently.

A police spokesperson told The Warragul Citizen the latest reports of graffiti damage have been at 1 Porter place, Railway Avenue and Viaduct Place, with the V/Line car park entrance sign also targeted.


“Police would like to hear from anyone who may have seen the offenders or witnessed suspicious behaviour in the area where the offences where committed,” the spokesperson said.

“The graffiti on the paling fence at No 1 Porter Place would have taken some time to complete.”

Offenders used red, black and blue aerosol paint.

People with information on any of the graffiti incidents are asked to call Drouin Police on 5625 2003.


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2 responses to “Police investigating graffiti damage around Drouin Station”

  1. Robert C says:

    There is absolutely NO graffiti in Singapore. Also crime rates in Singapore are a fraction of the crime rates in Australia. Can we learn something from this?

  2. Dan says:

    For some time now there has been random acts of graffiti around our towns for all to see. This has been tolerated and even advertised in the local media. Now this act is called “damage” just because the artists chosen media is a spray can rather than a ball of wool. What sort of message are we sending to our youth?