Smart watch found

Seymour Telegraph - - NEWS -

Sey­mour Po­lice’s prop­erty of­fi­cer Jan Wil­liams is try­ing to find the owner of a smart watch that was re­cently handed in af­ter it was left in a taxi.

This was re­ported last week as a miss­ing mo­bile phone.

Any­one with in­for­ma­tion should phone Jan at Sey­mour Po­lice.

Fuel thefts

Nagam­bie po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing two in­ci­dents which they be­lieve may be re­lated.

Some petrol was stolen from the fuel tank of a Mit­subishi sedan parked in Vine St, Nagam­bie overnight on Mon­day, Oc­to­ber 29 and the next morn­ing.

They also re­ceived a re­port of an at­tempted theft of fuel in nearby Pren­tice St, which oc­curred on the same night.

The fuel cover had been forced open and the fuel cap un­screwed.

No fuel was taken, and po­lice be­lieve the thieves may have left af­ter re­al­is­ing the four-wheel drive used diesel.

Trailer van­dalised

An­other Nagam­bie in­ves­ti­ga­tion in­volves the theft of two wheels, re­moved from a trailer left unat­tended in a pad­dock at the cor­ner of Race­course Rd and High St, Nagam­bie.

This oc­curred overnight Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 28 and the next day.

The trailer was sup­ported by some wood blocks ob­tained from a nearby works yard and the rims and wheels were taken off.

The thieves also took the wheel nuts, with the rims be­ing de­scribed as gen­uine Ford parts.

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