Stawell police investigate hoon driving incident

The sustained act of hoon driving has left the Concongella Road with scaring that strethes for at least 500 metres. Picture: BEN KIMBER

The sustained act of hoon driving has left the Concongella Road with scaring that strethes for at least 500 metres. Picture: BEN KIMBER

STAWELL - Police are appealing for witnesses after hoon drivers left their mark outside the Concongella Hall and Primary School last weekend.

The sustained act of hoon driving has left the Concongella Road with scaring that strethes for at least 500 metres.

Members of the public who may have seen vehicles doing burn outs in the vicinity of the hall on the night of Saturday, May 3 have been asked to contact Stawell police.

It is believed a party had been held at the Concongella Hall around the time of the incident.

Northern Grampians Shire Council is also investigating the damage to the road as they will be responsible for both financing and undertaking the $6,000 in repairs to the surface.

Anyone with information in relation to the incident is urged to contact Stawell police 5358 8222.

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