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Three young girls, aged 10, 11, and 12, have been accused of breaking into a community leisure center in Kununurra. The disturbing CCTV footage captured the girls throwing rocks, damaging property, and even stealing a defibrillator. The incident took a dangerous turn when the girls almost injured a cleaner working inside the center.

Charged with aggravated burglary, common assault, criminal damage, and stealing, the young offenders are set to appear in Kununurra Children’s Court on April 22. The security footage reveals the girls throwing rocks and disabling a security camera before the situation escalated with the cleaner’s intervention.

This incident has left a repair bill estimated at $20,000 and forced the leisure center to close for cleaning. Nick Allen, the Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley director of planning and community development, expressed frustration over the impact on both the community and the offenders involved. The event underscores the repercussions of such actions on individuals and the wider community.


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Article Title: Girls charged after allegedly terrorising cleaner during break-in
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