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Police have launched an investigation after at least 65 women in Melbourne received used condoms and messages in the mail in the past three months.

Local media said the mail contained a handwritten graphic message and that the recipient lived in the city’s southeastern and eastern suburbs.

The message was not explained in the press.

In the late 1990s, the women reportedly attended Kilbreda College, a private girls’ school located 21 kilometers southeast of Melbourne’s business district.

The school’s principal, Nicole Mangelsdorf, told the Herald Sun that the school was aware of the incident and was supporting the police investigation. She reportedly said she didn’t believe it was due to a recent data breach at her school.

The Guardian newspaper reported Wednesday, citing a statement from Victorian police, who said they were treating the incident as a “targeted attack”.

Police said the first incident was reported on March 20 and the latest on Monday.

“Investigators have reportedly reportedly reportedly had more than 65 female victims come forward, with several going to local police stations to report the incident,” the police added.

“Most of those who reported this material are believed to have received multiple letters, all of which contained suspected used items.”

One of the women who received the email, Bree Walker, told The Herald Sun that the email was “offensive” and “creepy”.

She said she has trouble sleeping now.

“I don’t know who was behind sending these letters, but I believe they were sent from a yearbook that had our address,” Walker added, adding at least four letters. He pointed out that some women did.

Kilbreda College is an independent Catholic girls’ school founded in 1904 by the Brijidine Sisters. Who sent used condoms to more than 65 women? Melbourne police investigating

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