Horsham Police seeks public assistance regarding damage done to a defibrillator machine in Horsham CBD

Horsham Police are seeking this man in relation to the incident where a defibrillator machine was damaged in the Horsham CBD.
Horsham Police are seeking this man in relation to the incident where a defibrillator machine was damaged in the Horsham CBD.

HORSHAM Police are seeking information about damage made to a defibrillator machine in the Horsham CBD at the weekend.

The machine is installed on the toilet block at the intersection of Roberts Avenue and Firebrace Street, Horsham.

Police released an image of a person they believe can assist them with their investigations.

Horsham Acting Sergeant Steve Gray said it appeared the damage was caused in the early hours of Sunday July 8.

“This is the first incident like this that I’ve heard of,” he said.

“Hopefully it doesn’t become a common occurrence, because these machines are very expensive and they are often donated by groups.”

He said people with information could contact Senior Constable Crick at the Horsham Police Station on 5382 9200 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Police believe this man can assist with their enquiries in relation a theft of petrol in Horsham last month.

Police believe this man can assist with their enquiries in relation a theft of petrol in Horsham last month.

Meanwhile, Horsham Police request assistance from a man who they believe can assist their enquiries in relation a theft of petrol last month.

The incident occurred on Friday June 29 at the Caltex petrol station at 88 Stawell Road, Horsham.

“Petrol theft is a very common occurrence and we have information regarding this incident that we are chasing up today,” he said.

“People can still contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Horsham Police on 5382 9200 if they have information.”