‘Muppets’ blamed for vandalism

Michael TraillNarrogin Observer
Bevan Steele with the Emu Bitter can in front of the now repaired window.
Camera IconBevan Steele with the Emu Bitter can in front of the now repaired window. Credit: Michael Traill

“Drunken muppets” have been blasted for their “pointless damage” of Steelo’s Guns & Outdoors, after a can of Emu Bitter was thrown through the shop-front window.

Owner of the iconic Narrogin store Bevan Steele took to social media to give those responsible for the $2000 in damage the chance to confess their crimes.

The offer was never taken up and three males captured on the shop’s CCTV allegedly throwing the full can of Emu Bitter have now been reported to Narrogin police.

The incident occurred around 2.30am on Monday in Egerton Street.

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