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Police called in as Dapto greyhounds dispute set for court

The Greyhound Racing NSW-appointed administrator has made a complaint to the police about alleged missing computers and financial records from the Dapto Agricultural and Horticultural Society, which it claims have been available through its accountant to him since the beginning of November.

The feud between GRNSW and DAHS, which started when the show society attempted to shut down Dapto greyhounds last month, will move to the courts in February.

Greyhound racing will continues as the feud between Greyhound Racing and the Dapto Agricultural and Horticultural Society heads to court next February.

Greyhound racing will continues as the feud between Greyhound Racing and the Dapto Agricultural and Horticultural Society heads to court next February. Credit:Anna Warr

The NSW Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the DAHS administrator, Grant Carroll, was not independent as he works for GRNSW, and that he wasn’t an auditor and one would need to be appointed. However, Carroll remains in charge of greyhound racing at Dapto, which continues.

“The concerns of GRNSW are well noted, and we welcome the NSW Supreme Court’s decision to expedite the hearing as we also seek court orders for the administrator to access all financial documents,” GRNSW chief executive Tony Metrov said.

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