Mansfield Police Beat
MANSFIELD police are appealing for help after a burglary at a local school.
In the early hours of Wednesday, September 14, Mansfield Steiner School in Highett Street was broken into and musical instruments were stolen.
If any resident saw anyone in the area at the time please contact Mansfield police or Crimestoppers 1800 333 000 or report it online at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au
MANSFIELD police crime prevention officer conducted a crime prevention presentation with the ladies from the Probus club on Monday.
The club was given ideas on personal and home security, telephone scams and information on Mansfield senior register.
Stay tuned, there will be more community crime prevention presentation in Mansfield in the future.
SCHOOL holidays are here, so if you need some extra activities for the kids?
Call and see the Mansfield police between 3pm-5pm today (Wednesday, September 21) to collect policing colouring books, puzzles and DIY police helicopters.
MANSFIELD police are encouraging the community to get involved in ‘GRAFFITI WATCH’ and are asked to report suspicious activities around our sporting clubs, botanic gardens and walking tracks - remember, it’s a cost that impacts us all.
Reports of hoon driving help Victoria Police target repeat offenders and focus on specific locations.
If you know the identity of a hoon driver, have knowledge of hoon driving activity, or are able to provide a description of vehicles involved (make, model, colour, registration number) you can report this to Crime Stoppers without revealing your own identity.
Contact the Crime Stoppers Hoon Hotline on 1800 333 000 or report it online at www.crimestoppersvic.com. au.