NSW Police Wall of Remembrance vandalised again

Police in Sydney are searching for vandals after the New South Wales Police Force Wall of Remembrance in the Domain was desecrated.

Five panels have been damaged by some kind of blunt object.

The damage was spotted around 9.30 this morning.


It’s believed to have happened sometime before Tuesday.

Forensic officers have been on the scene today inspecting the damage and collecting evidence.

Police are now appealing for information to identify those responsible and track them down.

Detective Inspector Kerrie Brill, Duty Officer at Sydney City Police Area Command, said she is appalled the memorial has again been damaged.

“This memorial is a sacred place for all NSW Police Officers and the families of those who have made the ultimate sacrifice whilst serving the people of this state,” Detective Inspector Brill said.

“Those who have done this know exactly what they have done and should realise one thing.

“It is better for you and/or your associates to come forward and contact us before we find you.”

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