NOT AGAIN: Monto has again fallen victim to graffiti, this time the vandals targeted Lions Park.
NOT AGAIN: Monto has again fallen victim to graffiti, this time the vandals targeted Lions Park. Facebook

Not again: Monto cops another graffiti spray

MONTO has copped another spray from paint-wielding vandals, after Lions Park was targeted at the weekend.

Senior Constable Matt Stark said, while Monto Police hadn't received a report or seen the graffiti first-hand and so were unable to comment on the specific case, he said the behaviour was of "great concern” for its impact on the community and local not-for-profit organisations.

A spokesman for North Burnett Regional Council expressed frustration at the spate of attacks.

"Council shares the community view that any wilful damage to community assets is always disappointing,” he said.

This is the second graffiti attack in less than a month in Monto.

In late July, vandals targeted Monto Showgrounds.

Show society secretary Amy Smith said the showgrounds had been a regular target for graffiti.

Both attacks have involved the same tag being used: 'Gmak'.


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