Seymour Telegraph

Jewellery handed in


Three pieces of jewellery have been handed in to Seymour police.

A member of the public found a rose gold ring, a gold Citizen Quartz watch and a bracelet containing three charms on Victoria St, Seymour, and handed them in at Seymour police station on Sunday.

If these items are yours, go to the station and describe in detail the charms and watch face or provide proof of ownership and these items will be returned to you.

Please quote property number 202208-E-1629 once you have provided proof.

Burglary investigat­ed

Police are investigat­ing a burglary in Wallan, which occurred between noon on July 7 and noon on July 18.

Several items, including a 2.5m x 2.5m light-coloured rug, several art pieces with a striped/abstract pattern, towels, bed linen and indoor fake plants, were stolen from a Shepherd St address.

Anyone with any informatio­n or CCTV footage is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or First Constable Alice Cardwell at Seymour police on 5735 0200.

Focus on road safety

Operation Charger for road safety is under way in the Greater Shepperton area.

The operation will focus on five areas: motorcycle­s, drug and drink drivers, people not wearing seatbelts or using correctly fitted child restraints, pedestrian­s and intersecti­ons.

There is higher visibility policing this month, including automatic number plate recognitio­n, so make sure your registrati­on is up to date.

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