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Do you know these men?

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October 05, 2017

Do you know these men?

Do you know these men?

POLICE SEEK TRIO

Police are investigating a theft at a Shepparton north supermarket on August 23.

CCTV footage supplied to police captured images of three people (pictured above), whose identities remain unknown, who may be able to help in the investigation.

If you can identify the people, phone Shepparton police on 58205777 or visit www.crimestoppersvic .com.au

Burglary probed

Cobram police are investigating three incidents in the final week of last month.

On September 25, a Blackwood Cres house was burgled overnight when the resident was away.

Police said thieves stole assorted household and shed items.

On September 29, offenders marked graffiti on several sheds on Campbell Rd.

On September 30, four dead young dogs were dumped in the Tocumwal Bends, Goulburn Valley Hwy.

Anyone with information about any of the incidents is urged to phone Cobram police detectives on 58711977.

Donations stolen

A Yarrawonga student has been left devastated after a donation tin, which was a part of a school project, went missing last month.

The 25cm-high tin was painted black and had the words ‘‘Noah’s Ark’’ on the outside in white when it was left at Yarrawonga IGA.

Police said it was on a seat near the supermarket entrance, but was not secured.

Staff have provided police with CCTV footage of the incident and anyone who may help in the investigations can phone Yarrawonga police on 57443641.

Chainsaw theft

Four Husqvarna chainsaws, valued at more than $4000, were stolen from Yarrawonga’s WB Hunter Home Timber and Hardware store, Murray Valley Hwy, on September 27.

Police said thieves broke into a shipping container on the site before breaking an aluminium framed glass door to get into the main store.

They then took the chainsaws from a display and used a store trolley to remove them.

Anyone who may help with the investigations can phone Yarrawonga police on 57443641.

Ram raid probe

Two vehicles were involved in an attempted ram raid at Bunnings in Yarrawonga on Monday.

Police said a vehicle towing a stolen trailer was used to reverse into a roller door at the scene.

After leaving, Wangaratta police found a 2016 Holden Commodore, but failed to stop.

A second vehicle was last seen heading in an easterly direction on the Murray Valley Hwy, Yarrawonga.

Police are investigating links to other similar crimes in the past two weeks.

Anyone who witnessed the ram raid or has any information is urged to phone Cobram police’s Criminal Investigation Unit on 58712866.

Holiday woes

A Melbourne family’s Barmah holiday house was recently burgled by a thief who gained access through an unlocked laundry window.

Police said the family visited the house last week to discover electrical items, a kneeboard, coffee and beer from the fridge missing.

Anyone with information should phone Nathalia police on 58662404.

Date in court

A Yarrawonga man, 34, has a date with the magistrates’ court after allegedly returning an alcohol reading more than four times the legal limit.

On Sunday night, South East State Highway Patrol members saw an unregistered vehicle on McLean St, Yarrawonga, about 9.30pm.

Police said the man had a breath test, allegedly returning a reading of .222, as well as testing positive to cannabis.

The man was arrested on an outstanding warrant for assault-related matters. He is expected to be charged on summons for drink and drug-driving offences. He will appear at Cobram Magistrates’ Court on November 1 over the assault-related matters.

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