Red Light Infringement for WRM336 7th February 2016

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Dear Department of Justice & Regulation - Victoria,

Could you please advise whether the above vehicle have crossed a red light on the corner of Bourke and Belmore Road Balwyn on the 7th February, 2016 at around 5:00pm?

Yours faithfully,
Anonymous

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From:        Anonymous <[FOI #1779 email]>
To:        "FOI requests at Department of Justice &amp; Regulation -
Victoria" <[Department of Justice &amp; Regulation - Victoria request email]>,
Date:        31/03/2016 10:18
Subject:        Freedom of Information request - Red Light Infringement
for WRM336 7th February 2016

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Dear Department of Justice & Regulation - Victoria,

Could you please advise whether the above vehicle have crossed a red light
on the corner of Bourke and Belmore Road Balwyn on the 7th February, 2016
at around 5:00pm?

Yours faithfully,
Anonymous

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