A man from The Entrance has been charged as investigations continue into alleged acts of graffiti across the NSW public transport network.
In June, officers from the Police Transport Command commenced an investigation into acts of malicious damage at railway stations and trains across the Sydney and Central Coast public transport network.
Following extensive inquiries, officers arrested a 37-year-old man at a correctional facility in Nowra just after 10.30am on Wednesday, September 9.
He was taken to Nowra Police Station, where he was charged with 11 offences, including: Three counts of go onto or into or remain on or in running lines, three counts of possess graffiti implement with intent to contravene, two counts of destroy or damage property, two counts of face blackened/disguised with intent to commit indictable offence and destroy/damage property intend criminal activity of group.
Police will allege in court that the man vandalised several trains at Penrith Railway Station and Gosford Railway Station on several occasions in June.
He will front Nowra Local Court on Wednesday, November 25 and investigations are continuing.
Press release, Sep 11
NSW Police Media