Between Thursday, November 21 and Sunday, December 2 the Zig Zag Railway station was broken into.
The station was sprayed with graffiti and there was malicious damage to one of the windows and refrigerator.
Lockers were broken open items were stolen.
Graffiti at rail-yards
Two people were seen graffitiing the trains at the rail-yards on Inch Street at 11.40am on Sunday, December 2.
Police are asking for residents with any information to come forward.
Cook Street plaza damage
Four young people allegedly damaged property at Cook Street Plaza at 11.30pm on Sunday, December 2.
It is reported the young people were standing on top of the public toilets and on the wooden seats, which they broke.
Police have taken action against one young person for the damage of the seat.
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