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11 February 2018 Posted by 


BLACKTOWN City Council is offering cash rewards aimed at tackling the crime that is disfiguring its streets and buildings. 
Mayor Stephen Bali said Council will pay up to $2,500 for any information that leads to the arrest and conviction of a vandal. 
“The community is fed up with their streets being defaced by senseless vandals who think they can operate above the law,” Mayor Bali said. 
“Graffiti is not a victimless crime: it makes people feel unsafe and eats away at the pride people have for their towns and suburbs.
Mayor Bali urged locals to dob in a vandal and help keep their neighbourhood clean. 
“Graffiti removal and prevention costs Council $1.6M every year,” Mayor Bali said. 
“Council is spending more money than ever before to keep our city clean, but we need the community’s help.
Mayor Bali said Council will pay community members a reward, from $500 up to $2500, when information they provide leads to the conviction of an offender who has damaged Council property.  
For more information visit: www.blacktown.nsw.gov.au/report-vandalism


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