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Geelong Advertiser - - YOUR SAY -

The theft is bad, but the ac­tual at­tack on the premises is to­tally vin­dic­tive. I feel for the own­ers and hope their luck im­proves.

Not good, Lara Yes, it does hap­pen ev­ery­where, and maybe it’s front page news as noth­ing much hap­pens in Gee­long.

Peter of Brighton Un­for­tu­nately, I think there are not enough po­lice to mon­i­tor such a big area. We have a po­lice sta­tion that is only manned part time and not enough po­lice on the beat. C’mon state govt, let’s not wait for 10 years be­fore you see the writ­ing on the wall. I feel for this young cou­ple: they are try­ing to build the house of their dreams.

Kylie, Lara Maybe peo­ple need to keep dogs in their newly built homes. What a sur­prise if they had a Rotty to wel­come them in.

Rhon, Lara Mon­grels. I hope the po­lice find them and hit them with the full force of the law.

New­man There are some real toe-rags out there and I bet the lo­cal cops know who most of them are. Hope­fully, if caught, the courts make an ex­am­ple of them and take their car or things of value to pay for dam­age done and give them 12 months in slam­mer.

Gra­ham, Dar­win Re­sources make it im­pos­si­ble to have ‘‘fre­quent’’ pa­trols of es­tates and any­where else in the Gee­long re­gion. It is a ter­ri­ble story, but in­ci­dents like this will continue while crim­i­nals and those bent on easy pick­ings know that the chances of be­ing caught by po­lice are neg­li­gi­ble at the mo­ment.

Dave, Carl­ton

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