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Truck graffiti-ed and burnt out in anti wind-farm protest  

Credit:  3BA | 15 May 2020 | www.3ba.com.au ~~

Anti wind-farm protesters have caused $180,000 damage to a concrete truck.

Ballarat police say the truck was stolen, driven a short distance before being dumped with its cabin burnt out.

Graffiti was also sprayed on the agitator.

Investigators have been told a cement truck was parked on the side of the Hamilton Highway at Berrybank on Tuesday 24th March with a broken fan belt.

Contact Crime Stoppers if you have any information on 1800 333 000.

Image: Victoria Police

Source:  3BA | 15 May 2020 | www.3ba.com.au

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