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The NSW Government is launching a campaign to fight an increase in vandalism and malicious damage on south coast trains.
The latest RailCorp figures show attacks on trains in the Illawarra have increased by almost 130 per cent this year.
The number of attacks have doubled in the past six months and are causing about $27,000 of damage a month.
Transport Minister John Watkins says RailCorp and the Government will not stop until the vandals are caught.
"What we are doing to try to prevent the numbers of incidents of vandalism is security guards engaged at all of our stabling yards, security dogs in use in stabling yards, we're deploying transit officer squads of up to 20 officers each, there's also undercover transit officers teams, there's also that trail of covert cameras," he said.
"We will continue to fight them and when we catch them, put them before the court."
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