About 10 burglaries in Shepparton on Sunday morning are being investigated for a possible link.CHLOE WARBURTON August 5, 2014 3:30am
Police are continuing to investigate a string of burglaries across Shepparton in the early hours of Sunday morning.
Shepparton police Criminal Investigation Unit Detective Senior Constable Anthony Jasinowicz said several businesses and homes were broken into in Shepparton on Sunday morning.
Police were yesterday determining which properties had been burgled and what had been stolen.
‘‘It’s in the area of 10 burglaries across Shepparton at this stage and police are still investigating further,’’ he said.
Police are also investigating the theft of a semi-trailer from a trucking company in north Shepparton early on Sunday morning.
Det Sen Const Jasinowicz said the semi-trailer became bogged near the business during the theft.
‘‘It’s an expensive truck that’s involved with this theft,’’ he said.
Investigations will continue as to whether the burglaries are linked.
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