ACT Policing are seeking witnesses following several incidents where vandals have caused at least $10,000 in damage to ACTION bus shelters across Gungahlin.
Eight ACTION bus shelters throughout Ngunnawal and Gungahlin where shattered overnight on Monday 19 June. A further 15 bus shelters were damaged during the previous week overnight on Thursday 15 June.
“It’s disappointing to see such senseless damage, the cost of which is estimated to be at least $10,000,” Acting Gungahlin Station Sergeant Rollings said.
“We urging anyone who lives near a bus shelter that has been damaged to check any CCTV they may have and contact police if they have any record of suspicious behaviour over Thursday or Monday night.”
“People may have heard something or seen someone behaving suspiciously near a bus shelter. Even if it seems small, it may help police in our investigation.”
Police are urging anyone who may have seen or heard suspicious activity near bus shelters in Gungahlin overnight on Thursday 15 June or overnight on Monday 19 June to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Information can also be provided online via https://act.crimestoppers.com.au.