Condon St residents are fuming that around 50 broken television sets have been offloaded on a nature strip in their neighbourhood.
Condon St residents are fuming that around 50 broken television sets have been offloaded on a nature strip in their neighbourhood.

Television graveyard a mystery

PARK Beach residents have been left puzzled by a television graveyard, which has popped up along Condon St this week.

Someone has dumped up to 50 broken TV sets on a nature strip opposite a block of units.

"It is just an eyesore, you have to wonder who would have that many television sets in the first place," a concerned local resident told the Advocate.

"I wonder if someone knows something about this maybe they could assist council to track down the illegal dumper."

Coffs Coast Waste Services staged a footpath bulky goods collection day in the neighbourhood last month and the next collection isn't due to occur until September. 

Anonymous information can be given to Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.


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