Tyre-slashing spree in Melbourne damages dozens of vehicles | 9 News Australia

Tyre-slashing spree in melbourne damages dozens of vehicles | 9 news australia

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A knife-wielding vandal has gone on a tyre-slashing spree in Moonee Ponds, Melbourne, damaging dozens of vehicles across several streets.

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