Tamworth Regional Council will write to service stations asking them to switch off pumps after spike in motor vehicle and fuel theft

Tess Kelly
Updated November 21 2022 - 8:45pm, first published 6:00pm
Deputy mayor and chair of the community safety working group Mark Rodda said the strategy would help stamp out late night crime. Picture file, inset Peter Hardin
Deputy mayor and chair of the community safety working group Mark Rodda said the strategy would help stamp out late night crime. Picture file, inset Peter Hardin

PETROL stations are being encouraged to turn off pumps in an effort to stamp out late night crime.

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Tess Kelly

Tess Kelly

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Tess Kelly is a journalist at the Northern Daily Leader, reporting mostly on court, while keeping tabs on all the happenings of the region. Story tips can be sent to tess.kelly@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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