Police are investigating the torching of two vehicles on Saturday at Wilmot Rd in Shepparton about 3.30am.
‘‘A neighbour called 000 after hearing some loud noise and came outside to see two vehicles fully alight,’’ Shepparton police Sergeant Paul Gordon said.
‘‘An arson chemist has come up from Melbourne to investigate the scene and the incident has been deemed as suspicious.’’
Police said both cars were fully destroyed and they are asking anyone who witnessed the incident to phone Shepparton Criminal Investigation Unit on 58205800 or Crime Stoppers on 1800333000.
Shepparton police are investigating a theft at a shop in Maude St Mall.
Police believe the theft happened on Friday, October 28.
Police have released CCTV images of two women they believe could help with their investigation.
The images can be viewed on the Greater Shepparton Police Service Area Facebook page.
Anyone with information about the incident can phone Shepparton police on 58205777 or Crime Stoppers on 1800333000.
Shepparton police detectives made several arrests on Friday, October 18, in connection with a storage shed burglary.
Shepparton police Detective Senior Constable Cherrie McCaig said the offenders allegedly stole camping and fishing gear, music equipment, laptop and desktop computers and antique glassware from four storage units at Enterprise Dve in Shepparton.
Det Sen Const McCaig said a woman, 19, and a man, 32, were arrested and charged with burglary, theft and theft of a trailer.
The woman was bailed to appear at Shepparton Magistrates’ Court next year.
The man faced court last week.
Det Sen Const McCaig said another person was helping police with their inquiries.
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Mitchell Crime Investigation Unit have released CCTV images of a man they believe could help with an aggravated burglary investigation.
Police believe an aggravated burglary was committed at a Wallan residence on July 11.
Items stolen included two wallets and the credit cards from these wallets were then used at five retail stores in Mill Park, Whittlesea and Doreen.
The man is shown wearing a yellow high visibility jacket with Docks on the back and a navy blue Volcom peaked cap.
Anyone with information about the man can phone Mitchell CIU on 57350200 or Crime Stoppers on 1800333000.