“No worth or morals,” local angered

Susan Hardy of Young has been left feeling angered and disgusted at the ‘senseless acts of vandalism’ that occurred on her property between Saturday night and Sunday morning.

“To say I'm devastated is an understatement,” she said in regards to the destruction of a property that is currently in the early stages of being restored along Whiteman Avenue.

The building in question is the old Cob and Co house near Blackguard Gully where signs, fences and framework were wantonly destroyed.  

“Who ever you are, do you realise your senselessly destroying Young's history dating back as far as 1861 in the Gold rush days?” Mrs Hardy asked.

“Have you no worth or morals?”

Police at the Young Police Station have said that the incident occurred sometime between 6.30 pm on Saturday night and 6.30 am on Sunday morning.

They are asking anyone with any information to please contact them at Young Police Station on 02 6382 8199.

WANTON DESTRUCTION: Work has begun to restore the Cobb and Co house on Whiteman Ave but vandals have struck between Saturday night and Sunday morning.

WANTON DESTRUCTION: Work has begun to restore the Cobb and Co house on Whiteman Ave but vandals have struck between Saturday night and Sunday morning.