Memorial marker to slain Cameron stolen

A Pakenham park bench in honour of teenager Cameron Lowe – killed in an unprovoked attack in 2010 – has been stolen.

Police believe that the bench was stolen from the front of Lilypond House Community Centre in Duncan Drive, Pakenham, between Saturday, 19 January and Thursday, 31 January.

The wooden bench, which has steel arms, bears a plaque affixed in memory of Cameron, who was 17 when he was killed.

Cameron went out to buy takeaway food with friends on November 6, 2010 when he crossed paths with a drunk 18-year-old man who punched him in an unprovoked attack.

Cameron was knocked unconscious but seemingly recovered and was helped home. However he suffered severe headaches and later died in hospital.

His killer was found guilty of manslaughter and will be released from juvenile detention in 2014.

Police are appealing to anyone who witnessed the theft to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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