Wakeboards and kneeboards were stolen from two Moama resorts on the weekend and Moama police are appealing for witnesses.December 3, 2012 4:47am
Moama police are investigating several thefts from two Moama resorts overnight Saturday.
Two wakeboards — a black and fluroescent yellow-coloured Ronnex 1 wakeboard and a red, white and black-coloured Hyperlite board — were stolen from the racks of a speed boat, while a black and pink Ho Siren women’s ski was stolen from another nearby boat at one resort.
Two wakeboards and two kneeboards were stolen from the other.
Sergeant Trent Swinton of Moama police is reminding residents and visitors to secure their possessions and lock their vehicles.
‘‘Unfortunately, many of the items that are reported stolen have been left outside unsecured,’’ he said.
If anyone has information in relation to the thefts, they are urged to contact Moama police station on 5482
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