Vandals hit estate

PEARL at Valla will remain closed for a month as repairs are done.

Vandals caused $50,000 of damage earlier this month causing the estate to be closed.

Security at the estate has been increased and police have stepped up patrols in the area.

There has been some response to the information appeal published in the Advocate on January 9, with all information received by Ray White Nambucca Heads principal Anthony Field passed on to police.

The focus is now onto repairing the damage and restoring the estate to its original beauty.

Anyone with information can contact Anthony Field on 6598 6000 or Nambucca Heads police on 6598 5399.

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