Car vandalism disgusts

By JOSEPH TERNOWETSKY

WHEN Danica Milosevic picked up her car from a park- ing lot she was shocked to see the passenger door kicked in, and the bonnet trashed with faeces left on it.

The 20-year-old Rockhampton resident said vandals did more than $2000 damage to her 2005 $32,000 Toyota RAV4.

"I was more sad than any- thing else because I knew I would have to get it fixed,'' she said. "I just bought it about two months ago.''

The car had been left over- night last week in a Wandoan car park, because Ms Milosevic and her partner had had some drinks and had gone to see a football game.

Ms Milosevic said she would never leave her car overnight again.

"From now on I will take cabs when I'm going out,'' she said.

"I don't think it is any safer in Rockhampton either.''

About midnight on Tuesday in Rockhampton seven cars were vandalised in a DC Motors car lot, including a Mercedes Benz, and a Mitsubishi van.

Police are searching for juve- niles, three females and one male.

It was the second time DC Motors had been a victim of crime over the course of a few days.

Two vehicles were stolen from DC Motors' car lot several days ago.



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