Seymour Telegraph

Caravan window smashed


At 3am on Monday, September 19, a fistsized rock was used to smash the glass window of a caravan at Kilmore Caravan Park.

The offender left, making no attempt to enter the caravan, causing $245 worth of property damage.

Door damaged

The front door of a laundromat in High Street, Broadford, was allegedly damaged overnight on Saturday, September 10.

The damage caused the glass to shatter. No entry was gained.

House burgled

A number of items have been stolen from a house on Fortitude Ave, Beveridge.

Over the weekend, of September 10-12, unknown offender/s have gained access to a vacant house located Fortitude Avenue, Beveridge. Offenders are believed to have have used a 10mm screwdrive­r or jemmy to force open a laundry door at the back of the property.

They allegedly stole three bedside tables, a garage remote, artwork, books, a Louis Vuiton handbag and a fruit bowl.

Number plates stolen

The number plates were stolen from a vehicle parked on the street in Emily St, Seymour, between September 17 and 18.

On Saturday, September 17, the rear number plate was stolen from a vehicle parked on Editorial Ave, Wallan.

▯ Anyone with informatio­n about the above crimes can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or the Police Assistance Line on 131 444.

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