UPDATE FRIDAY 11AM: NHILL police have renewed their appeal for witnesses to come forward, as they continue to investigate a burglary and four thefts.
Leading Senior Constable Caryleen Hateley said they especially wanted to hear from anyone who saw an orange, white and black mountain bike near Nhill information centre on Tuesday, January 29 between 12pm and 1pm.
Leading Senior Constable Hately also didn’t rule out the burglary, three thefts from vehicles and the bike theft being committed by separate parties.
Call Nhill police on 5931 1022 if you can help out.
TUESDAY: NHILL police are appealing for witnesses of a crime spree at the weekend.
Sergeant Matt Currow said there was a burglary, three thefts from motor vehicles and a stolen push bike.
The burglary and thefts happened across multiple locations on Leahy Street, Clarence Street and Farmers Street between 8pm Friday and 9am Sunday.
“The theft from two of the vehicles happened at the same address on Leahy Street.
The value of these thefts was about $1000,” Sergeant Currow said.
“The other car was on Clarence Street and the theft was valued at $280.
Sergeant Currow said that the three cars were unlocked.
Sergeant Currow said the push bike was valued at $200. He said he was unsure of the value of goods stolen from the burglary.
Sergeant Currow said police were appealing for witnesses to come forward.
He encouraged anyone with information about the burglary or thefts to contact the Nhill Police Station on 5391 1022.
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