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To the person who slashed the tyres on our community van

February 27, 2019

To the person who slashed the tires on our community van

Somewhere between last night and this morning, someone slashed two of the tyres on our community van.

This kind of behaviour is not OK!

To the culprit:

We don’t know why you felt the urge to do this. Maybe you were having a bad day. Maybe someone dared you too. Whatever the reason, we want you to know that your actions have really hurt us.

Our humble community van never did anything to you. All it has ever done is deliver free quality, pre-loved, lined curtains to families that need them.

We are a charity and we run the Wellington Curtain Bank.

We don’t deserve this. No one does.

Regards,

Wellington Curtain Bank and Sustainability Trust.

If you had your tyres slashed in Wellington between 26-27 Feb, make sure you report it to the Police. 




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