The Hills police news

School vandalised

Vandals have struck again at Castle Hill Public School.

"That's two weekends in a row," The Hills crime manager, Detective Inspector Gary Bailey, said this morning.

He said walls were painted, and a bottle of vodka was found on the premises.

Last week Detective Inspector Bailey said he believed local children were responsible for vandalism at the school. 

In that incident, the brickwork and doors of F block were sprayed with graffiti.

The words ‘‘KUER’’ and ‘‘PESIN’’ were also scratched into the brickwork.

Counterfeit money used at Bunnings

Counterfeit money was used to make a purchase at Bunnings Castle Hill this week.

Police say staff realised as a customer left the store that a fake $100 and $50 note had been used to make a purchase at the Bunnings Warehouse in Victoria Avenue.

The offender is described as a blonde-haired woman. She was wearing black clothing.

Fail-to-stop at a school crossing

A 41-year-old Baulkham Hills woman was slapped with a $519 fine and four demerit points after failing to give way at a pedestrian crossing on Friday.

Police say the woman was driving north on Merindah Road, Baulkham Hills, at 8.50am when she allegedly failed to stop in a school zone.

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