'I'm very worried': Vandals attack Gladstone woman's car

GLADSTONE resident Cheryl Royal-Scott woke up this morning only to find her car had been tagged with paint the night before.

TAGGED: The Observer's administration officer's car was tagged last night. Photo: Cheryl Scott
TAGGED: The Observer's administration officer's car was tagged last night. Photo: Cheryl Scott

Mrs Royal-Scott said she woke up at 6 am to head to the gym and saw the painted graffiti on her back window, as well as a glass cup placed on top of her car.

"I couldn't believe what I saw,  took me by surprise.  I checked around my car as well, in case they had sprayed elsewhere.  Thank goodness they hadn't," she said.

"I used warm water, dish washing liquid and a cloth to get it off,  it took me only a few minutes. I'm thinking I'm going to have to sleep with one eye open and I'll be listening to any noise outside and checking on it.

"I'm very worried,  I'll be letting the neighbours know for sure,  so they're aware."

In January vandals gave an Agnes Water property a colourful surprise. The large graffiti tag splashed across the shipping container covered almost one side.

Anyone who would like to report graffiti can contact Crime Stoppers at 4971 3222 or uploading images and reporting graffiti offenses 24 hours a day to the website.


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