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September 09, 2017

A stolen Kyabram credit card has been used in two Shepparton stores on the afternoon of the 28/8/17.This has enabled to use of CCTV. If you can identify any of the three people in the images please contact Constable Scambler at Kyabram police on 58531777. Or Crimestoppers via www.crimestoppersvic.com.au

Weapons seized

A Mooroopna woman, 28, has been remanded in custody after police found prohibited weapons, methylamphetamine, cocaine, speed and cash at a property in Mooroopna earlier this week.

On Thursday afternoon, police from the Shepparton Divisional Tasking Unit executed a search warrant at the residential address.

‘‘These items were all seized,’’ Shepparton Divisional Tasking Unit Senior Constable Jacob Sinclair said.

The woman appeared in court yesterday, facing charges of trafficking methylamphetamines, possessing drugs of dependence, possessing a prohibited weapon, theft and dealing with suspected proceeds of crime.

She was remanded in custody and is set to appear at the Shepparton Magistrates Court on September 25.

Investigators continue to urge the community to report suspicious information confidentially to Crime Stoppers, phone 1800333000 or go to www.crimestoppers.com.au

Push to boost trade links

Greater Shepparton City Council Mayor Dinny Adem has been meeting with key figures in the Asian food industry with the goal of increasing trade links for Goulburn Valley producers.

The mayor and Greater Shepparton Council chief executive Peter Harriott have been in Hong Kong this week to represent the region at the Asia Fruit Logistica Expo in Hong Kong.

The agricultural expo attracts thousands of players from the agricultural industry from more than 70 countries.

The delegation was approved in March’s council meeting with the four-day trip budgeted to cost $5500.

It is the first time the council has sent a delegation to the expo.

If it was successful the council could consider setting up a stall to showcase local produce at future expos.

Credit card fraud

A credit card stolen from Kyabram has been used in two Shepparton stores recently.

The card was used on the afternoon on Monday, August 28.

Police would like to speak to the people in pictured in the CCTV images.

If you can identify any of the three people in the images please contact Constable Scambler at Kyabram police on 58531777.

Alternatively you can file a confidential report with CrimeStoppers at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au

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