Police seek information about burglaries at Kyabram
Police are investigating two daylight burglaries and an attempted burglary at Kyabram on Monday.
Kyabram police Leading Senior Constable Corey Wild said thousands of dollars of goods were stolen from two homes on Fischer St between 8
He said the offenders forced their way through a glass sliding door at one property and stole a digital camera, a mobile phone and an iPad.
He said the value of the stolen items was about $3000.
Leading Sen Const Wild said the offenders forced entry through the front door of the second property and stole a small amount of cash.
He said both premises were ransacked during the alleged burglaries.
He said police believed a third home on the street was also targeted, but the offenders were unable to gain entry.
‘‘Police would be keen to hear any information about a dark coloured sedan which was seen in the area around the time of the burglaries,’’ Leading Sen Const Wild said.
‘‘We don’t know that it’s connected, but any information could help.’’
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