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Vandals target airport cars

Talitha Wolfe and Tim EdmundsAlbany Advertiser
Thieves targetted vehiclws at the Albany Airport Monday night.
Camera IconThieves targetted vehiclws at the Albany Airport Monday night. Credit: Laurie Benson Albany Advertiser

Police are hunting for vandals who damaged five cars in a senseless attack on vehicles parked at Albany Regional Airport early on Tuesday.

The carpark was left littered with glass after offenders targeted vehicles in the carpark closest to Albany Highway, with several windows smashed between 1am and 3am.

Police said five vehicles were damaged and three of them had windows smashed.

It is not known what, if any, items were stolen, with many of the owners of the vehicles unable to be contacted as they are travelling.

The City of Albany, which manages the airport, has provided CCTV footage to the police. The airport is also patrolled by security.

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Anyone with information is urged to call Albany police on 131 444. The City is set to introduce paid parking at the airport from January 1.

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