Ross St burglary investigation

Shepparton CIU is investigating a burglary at a Ross St business in which fuel and equipment were stolen overnight on January 10.

January 22, 2013 10:25am

The Shepparton CIU is investigating a burglary at a Ross St business in which fuel and equipment were stolen between 5pm on January 10 and 8am on January 11.

Senior Constable Daniel Thompson of Tatura police said persons unknown cut a hole in a fence at the rear of the property to gain access.

He said those involved got into a shed and 140litres of diesel was siphoned from a truck at the property.

Repair equipment was also stolen from the truck and a car was broken into.

Anyone with information on the theft is asked to contact Tatura police on 58243099 or the Shepparton CIU on 58205777.


Police are reminding district residents that it is an offence to park a vehicle on the nature strip.

It comes after a Pearce St, Merrigum resident received an infringement notice for $85 last week.

A Tatura resident received a similar fine late last year.

Tatura police also issued several tickets last week to motorists exceeding the speed limit on local roads.

Four penalty notices of $282 plus three demerit points were issued to males from Elmore, Broadford, Tatura and Murchison, while a Macclesfield man received a penalty notice for $176 and one demerit point.

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