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December 02, 2017

Hit and run

A historic 1972 Ford Mustang Mach 1 vehicle was damaged in a hit-and-run collision in the Woolworths car park in Archer St, Shepparton last Thursday.

Police are appealing for witnesses after a white Toyota Camry is believed to have struck the distinctive Ford about 8pm.

The offending vehicle — a 1996 sedan fitted with black wheels and/or hubcaps — caused damage to the ‘‘right hand front side’’, police said.

‘‘The driver is described as a Caucasian male of large build, mid to late 40s wearing a blue shirt, tan pants, black boots and a green bucket hat,’’ Shepparton police First Constable Josh Hillman said.

Anyone with information can phone First Const Hillman at Shepparton Police Station on 58205777.

Offender owns up

A Tatura man aged in his 20s presented to Tatura Police Station yesterday morning in relation to a golf cart stolen from Hill Top Golf and Country Club in September.

‘‘He was interviewed in relation to the incident and has been summonsed to face court on one charge of theft of a motor vehicle,’’ Tatura police Senior Constable Julie Haigh said.

Police said the privately owned golf cart was found the morning after the alleged theft.

The man will face Shepparton Magistrates’ Court at a later date.

Call for witnesses

Mooroopna police are seeking witnesses to an incident at the Coles supermarket car park.

Senior Constable David Barker said the incident, between two men, happened about 4.45pm on November 22.

Anyone with information about the incident can phone Sen Const Barker on 58254131.

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