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Reward offered for pinched panels

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COFFS Harbour City Council is offering a $1000 reward for information leading to the recovery of aluminium panels used to protect one of its excavators from vandalism.

The panels, worth around $5000, were stolen from the Coffs Harbour boat ramp on Wednesday between 7am and 2.30pm.

“It is very disappointing that this should happen, especially when valuable dredging work was being done to keep the boat ramp in shape for this busy time of year,” the council's acting general manager, Jason Gordon, said. Anyone with information about the missing panels should contact Coffs Harbour police on 6652 0299 or the council on 6648 4504.



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