Woorabinda community takes hard stance on drugs, namely ice

WOORABINDA residents are taking a hard line stance on drugs in their community after growing concerns that the drug ice is becoming a problem in the town.

Police have responded to several incidents recently where people have been located in possession or under the influence of dangerous drugs. 

Woorabinda Mayor Terry Munns said they are supporting the police in every way.

"We have many social problems facing our community and we certainly don't want 'ice' here," he said.

"My message to our residents and the wider community is - if you are caught with these hard drugs in Woorabinda you are not welcome here; we must work together and take the hard line to ensure the safety of our people".

Anyone with information about anyone committing drug related offences in Woorabinda can remain anonymous and contact the Woorabinda police on 4913 2333 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

For more information see tomorrow's edition of The Morning Bulletin



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