Moama police are hoping someone may have information about a house break-in in Mathoura on Thursday.March 24, 2014 4:32am
Moama police are appealing for information after a home was broken into in Mathoura on Thursday.
Superintendent Craig Jackson of Deniliquin police said entry was forced to the back door of a Clifton St address and an amount of cash and jewellery was stolen.
Supt Jackson said the burglary happened during the day and no-one was home at the time.
‘‘Forensic services police are in attendance doing fingerprinting and inquiries are continuing,’’ he said on Friday.
‘‘This type of offence is very much out of character for the town and if anyone has any information, they should call Moama police station on 5482
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