Offenders entered a Denise Rd property through a window overnight October 22. The unknown offenders stole personal belongings.
A man allegedly forced entry into a Burke Court premise overnight October 23.
The offender ransacked the bedrooms, stealing assorted personal belongings. He was found and arrested at the property.
On October 23, a man attempted to steal $300 worth of meat from a supermarket. He was arrested by Cobram police and charged. He was bailed and will appear in court at a later date.
Unknown offenders entered a Acacia St property on Thursday. Once inside, the offenders stole computer items.
A man allegedly stole stole sliced ham, cheeses and a can of coke from a Cobram supermarket on Friday. He was later arrested by Cobram police and charged. He will face court in December.
A bicycle was stolen from the back of McDonald’s on Friday. It was a black mountain bike with white font writing on the frame.
A man will face court for lighting a fire in fire danger period, after CFA and police were called to a McLean St address on October 23. The man allegedly lit household rubbish in a pit in the backyard, which fire brigade officers had to extinguish
A woman was involved in a crash at the intersection of Witt and Murphy Sts on Wednesday. The driver, travelling west allegedly failed to give way to the vehicle travelling south through the intersection, causing the collision.
A man forced his way into a a garage at an Ely Street address and stole six cans of alcohol on Wednesday. The offender was arrested by Yarrawonga police and will face court.
Offenders stole a trailer from a rural property on Sellicks Rd, Drumanure, on Friday.
Numurkah Bulk Haulage on Elvie St, was broken into on Friday. Offender/s forced entry into the premise and stole assorted power tools, two motor bikes and ransacked the premise.
An unregistered champagne-coloured Toyota landcruiser wagon was stolen from the property.
Police are investigating and anyone with information is urged to contact Numurkah police.
A pair of prescription glasses were found on Saxton St last week and were handed in at the Numurkah police station.
Between Friday and Monday, offenders entered a rural property on SheppartonBarmah Rd, Kaarimba, and stole 800 litres of diesel.
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