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 5
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 140
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 5824
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.
UPDATE: The CFA has downgraded its advice message.
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