Police praise community input to help serve justice

By Ella Smith
November 4 2015 - 6:30pm
ON THE JOB: Wagga crime manager, Detective Inspector Darren Cloake, says public information is invaluable to helping police crack down on crime.
ON THE JOB: Wagga crime manager, Detective Inspector Darren Cloake, says public information is invaluable to helping police crack down on crime.

POLICE have praised public efforts acting as additional eyes and ears in the community to help bring criminals to justice.

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