PO­LICE BEAT

The Cobram Courier - - ANZAC DAY 2018 -

Co­bram

A man was ar­rested fol­low­ing a bur­glary and theft in Orchard Crt on Satur­day night.

The Ba­rooga man, 38, was in­ter­viewed and charged with a num­ber of of­fences re­lat­ing to the bur­glary, as well as of­fences re­lat­ing to re­sist­ing ar­rest and as­sault­ing po­lice.

He was re­manded in cus­tody at an out-of-ses­sions court hear­ing.

● A man has been charged with as­sault af­ter an al­ter­ca­tion with an­other man in the Co­bram Re­gional Park near Horse­shoe La­goon.

The of­fender, 41, was ar­rested and bailed to face Co­bram court. The two men knew each other.

● A man stole meat and gro­ceries from Wool­worths on Thurs­day night.

The man placed sev­eral items in a blue cooler bag and walked out of the store mak­ing no at­tempt to pay.

He was aged in his mid 40s and was wear­ing a red polo shirt, navy and white shorts and a peaked cap.

Nu­murkah

De­tec­tives are search­ing for a man af­ter a vi­o­lent do­mes­tic in­ci­dent in Meik­le­john St last week.

The man, 19, fled on foot and is now be­lieved to be us­ing a white 2012 Mazda CX5 wagon, reg­is­tra­tion CLEM16.

Barmah

Thieves stole a vin­tage Ford hot rod val­ued at $75 000 from a Barmah prop­erty be­tween 5 pm and 10 pm on Fri­day night.

The of­fend­ers smashed a win­dow to ac­cess the garage at the res­i­den­tial prop­erty in Law­ford St.

The 1931 Ford, reg­is­tra­tion 02301M, was pos­si­bly loaded on to a trailer.

A $8000 metal de­tec­tor and two chain­saws were also stolen.

Wan­garatta

Wan­garatta Eye­watch launched on April 23. This is the rel­e­vant eye­watch for Moira LGA.

Eye­watch’s Face­book pages con­nect lo­cal po­lice with the com­mu­nity to help as­sist with crime pre­ven­tion, neigh­bour­hood safety and solv­ing crimes.

Moira Po­lice en­cour­age peo­ple to join the group. Visit https://www.face­book.com/ eye­watch­wan­garatta/

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

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