DLP – Drive- by shooting re-enforces need for new police station in Ormeau

MEDIA RELEASE

Rowan Harrip – Coomera

9th March 2012

Drive- by shooting re-enforces need for new police station in Ormeau

Local Democratic Labor Party candidate Rowan Harrip, today assured his neighbours that if elected he would make it his goal to have a new police station located in Ormeau.

“While the current sitting member may work in Coomera, I and my family live in the area and have had concerns for years. This seems to have been totally ignored by the current member and the outgoing government and its time something was done.” DLP Candidate Rowan Harrip said today.

Condemning the drive-by shooting of the sitting Member Mr Crandon’s electoral office Mr Harrip said today. “Enough is enough. The drive-by shooting yesterday of Mr Crandan’s electoral office only confirms the need and the urgency. The people in the district need a police station located at Ormeau that would service Eagleby, Pimpama and Jacobs Well as well as backing up the stations currently located in Beenleigh and Coomera.”

“ It’s okay for Mr Crandon to talk of lawlessness but he doesn’t live here and I do and I’m passionate about getting it right for the people of this great electorate”. Mr Harrip said today. [end]

Media contact: Rowan Harrip Phone 0422 269 402

Tony Zegenhagen

Secretary Alternatively 0415 459 322

Democratic Labor Party

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