● A well-worn nine carat gold diamond ring is waiting at Cobram Police Station for its owner to arrive. The ring was found at the Cobram Showgrounds in August. If you can identify the ring please contact Cobram Police.
● A white Ford Ranger utility was stolen from Boorin St in the early hours of Friday and turned up in nearby Wirbill St after crashing into a sheet metal fence. Anyone with information can contact Cobram detectives.
● Two stolen vehicles were found burnt-out in bushland near Barooga after being stolen in Cobram and Yarrawonga last week. A red Honda quad bike and white Toyota Corolla were destroyed by fire.
● A large plate-glass window at The Reject Shop in Belmore St was smashed overnight on Saturday. Local police are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
● A motorcycle was stolen from a Cahills Rd property overnight last Tuesday. The unregistered Yamaha TTR125 worth $2000 was taken from the garage.
● A holidaymaker’s ute was destroyed by fire caused by a gas bottle. The man was in the vehicle with his children, who noticed smoke coming from the rear of the ute. A gas bottle connected to a fridge ignited, causing the fire. No-one was injured.
● Two cars were stolen from a Shinnicks Rd farm late Sunday night — a green 1997 Mitsubishi Pajero registration TYJ 155 and a red 2014 Mitsubishi Triton registration 1CJ 6WY.
● A trailer with three old Holden bonnets tied down on it was stolen from a Smith St business yard about 4 am last Tuesday. The offenders cut the front gate open, hooked the $2500 trailer onto a vehicle and headed north on the Murray Valley Hwy.
● A brazen thief stole a quad bike several minutes after a farmer had finished irrigating and parked it next to his house. The offender was last seen riding on Centre Rd toward the Murray Valley Hwy just after 8 pm last Tuesday.
Head to Head Walk
The Victoria Police Head to Head Walk will be held between October 1 and October 23, and aims to raise funds for better mental health support services for former Victoria Police members. It’s a 1000 km walk across Victoria by the heads of Victoria Police and the police association to raise funds. Donate at: headtoheadwalk.org.au
Wangaratta Eyewatch is the new way to keep up with police news on Facebook. Moira police encourage people to join the group at: https://www. facebook.com/eyewatch wangaratta/
Anyone with information in relation to any offence can contact their local police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Or submit a confidential crime report at: www.crimestoppersvic.com.au