Memorial for 13-year-old Victorian boy vandalised | 7NEWS

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Cruel vandals have destroyed a makeshift memorial for a 13-year-old boy who was hit and killed near his Melbourne home. His heartbroken family say they feel like their son has been ripped from them all over again.

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