A Kialla woman has received head injuries after an alleged aggravated burglary yesterday morning.KAITLIN THALS February 8, 2013 4:30am
A Kialla woman received cuts to her head and a broken nose after an alleged aggravated burglary yesterday morning.
Shepparton Crime Investigation Unit Detective Senior Constable Gavin Seach said police were called to a Taig Ave property about 1
Det Sen Const Seach said a Kialla woman, 34, was in her garage about 9.30
He said police believed a man entered the garage through the rear door.
The woman received lacerations to her forehead, a broken nose, a swollen lip, and brusing to her throat and left arm.
She was taken to Goulburn Valley Base Hospital for observation.
A Cobram man was last night arrested in relation to the incident.
Police said he was assiting Shepparton Crime Investigation Unit with the investigation.
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