NHILL POLICE are investigating a series of burglaries during the past week.
On Saturday, March 27, the Nhill transfer station was broken into; multiple computer screens and hardware devices stolen.
On Friday, March 26, between 6.30-8.30am, a residence in Glenferness Street was broken into.
Nhill Police are making enquiries into any items that may have been stolen.
Nhill Police Sergeant Matt Currow said a Landcruiser was stolen from Davis Avenue, and a Mercedes was stolen from Breda Street on Wednesday, March 24.
The Mercedes was located on Belcher Street with moderate damage to the front end, and the Landcruiser was found between the railway line and Fraser Street, bogged in a ditch.
Nhill Police are also investigating two attempted thefts and one theft from three vehicles on Ramsay Street on the same evening.
A CFA uniform was also stolen from the back of a vehicle parked on Clark Street and has since been recovered.
Police are appealing for any witnesses to the thefts to come forward.
Anyone with information about these incidents or CCTV footage are encouraged to contact Nhill Police on 53911022 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.
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