Tatura police are looking for information about a hoon driver in Merrigum on December 23.January 1, 2013 1:59pm
Tatura police would like to hear from anyone in Merrigum who may be able to identify the driver of a Commodore (pictured), following an incidence of hoon driving on Sunday evening, December 23.
The vehicle was seen (and heard) smoking its tyres on a number of occasions by the large crowd attending the annual Christmas carols in Judd Park.
Police were called and the incident reported.
Leading Senior Constable Bill Hayes, who attended and took statements, believes the vehicle is still in the Merrigum area.
Leading Sen Const Hayes said he was following up on the information provided on the night, but may need to make further inquiries.
Anyone with information on the vehicle, or the driver, is asked to contact Leading Sen Const Hayes at Tatura police on 5824
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