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Info Sought On Burglaries

Info Sought On Burglaries

Police appeal for information after recent incidents

Local Police are appealing for information after two separate burglaries across the South West in late August.

Between August 21 and 24, an offender is believed to have attended a worksite on the Princess Hwy in Heywood, where four vehicles were broken into and chainsaws removed.

In a separate incident, on the 25th of August between 9am and 5pm, a daylight break in saw an unknown offender force entry to a property on Smiths Lane in Allansford with a guitar and jewellery among items taken.

Acting Senior Sergeant Dean Greenwood from Warrnambool Police, asked the public to be mindful of any suspicious behaviour, which can be reported anonymously to Crime Stoppers.

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Earlier this week Port Fairy Police also appealed for information from the public, after a vessel was cut from it's moorings on Saturday evening.

The incident took place at the Port Fairy Wharf on Gipps St just before 9pm on August 29, with two males climbing on board the vessel before cutting the ropes.

"The boat has gone down the river on it's own accord, so that's really concerning, that's obviously worth a bit of money to someone" Acting Senior Sergeant Greenwood said.

"We'd ask anyone who saw anything to say something, Crime Stoppers, Port Fairy Police or Warrnambool".

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