The owner of the Penguin Service Station says she doesn’t know how she’ll keep going, after the second break-in in a week at the regional petrol station.
Kerrie-Anne Cobbing and her staff have been left devastated by the second burglary, which has seen the place left without phones, internet and the console to ‘speak’ to the bowsers.
Kerrie-Anne has also suffered some severe health setbacks as a result of the stress of the break-ins.
Kerrie-Anne talks to Rick Fontyn this morning about this upsetting second burglary, but says that the way the community has rallied around the business has been heart-warming.
A Go Fund Me page has also been set up for the service station. To donate, click here.
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