● Police executed a warrant on Monday and arrested two girls, aged 17 and 13, in relation to a burglary and an attempted burglary in the CBD the previous night.
Cash was stolen from a Jordan St opportunity shop and a lock and window were damaged at the adjoining computer shop in an attempt to gain entry.
● A fishing trip turned to disaster last week when fire destroyed a car in Mywee.
The trio in the car smelt smoke and got out of the car before it was destroyed by fire.
The fire was believed to have been caused by a battery or amplifier overheating and catching fire to a blanket and pillow on Wednesday.
● NSW and Moira police joined forces to arrest and charge a 37-year-old man, formerly of Strathmerton, for multiple offences last week.
The man was found with a vehicle bearing false plates in bushland next to the Goulburn Valley Hwy at Koonoomoo.
Police seized drugs and a safe that was stolen in a recent burglary at Tocumwal.
The man was charged and bailed to appear at the Cobram Magistrates’ Court on December 13.
● A Wondah St resident’s car tyre was stabbed last Wednesday.
A screwdriver or similar object was used to pierce the tyre wall, costing the victim about $150 to replace the tyre.
● Cash and other items were stolen during a spate of thefts from motor vehicles overnight on Saturday.
The thieves targeted unlocked vehicles and rifled through consoles and glove boxes before moving on.
Detectives are appealing for information.
● A $3500 mountain bike was stolen from the front of a unit in Scott Crt last week.
The bike was a Merida brand 26-inch mountain bike, blue and white and had dual suspension.
Cobram Highway Patrol will be conducting Operation LOW aimed at drivers travelling in the range of 105 km/h to 108 km/h in 100 km/h zones during October.
Drivers will be handed an information card covering ‘Five Facts On Speed Limits’.
Checks will be conducted on licences, registration and vehicle safety.
Road trauma affects the entire community and a reduction of overall speed by 1 km/h would result in a five per cent reduction in road trauma.
● Anyone with information in relation to any offence can contact their local police or phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Or submit a confidential crime report at: www.crimestoppersvic.com.au