Fruit hooligans hit more city vehicles
A FOURTH vehicle has been reported damaged by thrillseekers driv- ing around Rockhamp- ton randomly propel- ling exotic fruit at parked cars.
Rockhampton police yesterday received an- other report, this time from High Street.
They said a hard fruit, similar to those used in Wednesday's attacks on the windows of three cars, had been- found at the scene.
Dam-age had been caused to the driver's side door of a Nissan Patrol.
On Wednesday, po- lice enlisted the ser- vices of the city coun- cil's parks and gardens boss, Tom Wyatt, who identified the fruit used in the attacks to be most likely from the calabash and cerbera trees at Rockhampton Botanic Gardens.
Any-one with information should contact Rock-hampton police on 4932 1500.