Toyah bumper stickers arrive in Port Douglas
Residents of the Douglas Shire won’t have to travel to Cairns to help hunt for Toyah Cordingley’s killer with LOTSA in Port Douglas stocking “TOYAH” stickers.
The stickers are part of a campaign to help remind people to contact police with any information that may lead to identifying the 24-year-old’s murderer.
Residents of the Douglas Shire are encouraged to put the stickers on their cars, in the windows of businesses, and anywhere passers-by will see them.
Business owner of LOTSA Printing, Marty Griffiths, said he is not looking for glory by providing these stickers.
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“We were approached to assist with this community initiative and we are happy to oblige,” he said.
“The end game is to resolve what happened to poor Toyah and if we can play small part, that’s fantastic.”
“We aren’t looking for recognition and everyone is playing their part; there are five or six other printers doing this as well but we are only ones in Port.”
The stickers arrived in Port Douglas today and will remain in stock as the business continues to print them to supply to the local community.
“If they run out quickly we will print some more,” Mr Griffiths said.
“There are 1000 put out there now and we’ll see how fast they go, we can quite easily output more.”
Earlier this month, a few residents from Kerwarra and Wangetti took about 1500 stickers from Cairns to townships in the Douglas Shire region.
The group had planned to stop at a number of locations but ran out of stickers at the 9 Mile Store in Julatten, about half way through their intended journey.
Stickers can be picked up from the LOTSA Port Douglas office at 2/11 Warner St, Port Douglas from 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday.
Stickers are also available from the Newsport Office at the corner of Owen and Warner Streets, Port Douglas.
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