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TV pilfered from Kyabram Fire Station

Police are appealing for information about the theft of a flat-screen television from Kyabram Fire Station.

January 4, 2014 5:31am

A Kyabram police officer has described the theft of a flat-screen television from the town’s fire station as ‘‘poor form’’.

Senior Constable Shane Roberts said the theft occurred at the Bradley St station between 1.30am and 8.30am yesterday.

Sen Const Roberts said police were appealing for witnesses.

‘‘There’s no forced entry that we can see and we’ve got no evidence at the scene to suggest who it was or how they got in,’’ he said. ‘‘We’d be appealing anyone that was in that area if they saw anything suspicious to contact us. It’s pretty poor form — the value of the TV was about $800. They survive on pretty small budgets, so something like this has a fair effect on them.’’

Anyone with information is encouraged to phone Kyabram police on 58531777.

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