Theft from Woolworths

At 8pm on April 25, an unknown woman entered Woolworths at Wellington Square, Wallan, and selected various grocery items before exiting the store via the customer service desk and making no attempt to pay for the items.

The woman is described as mid 30s, Caucasian, about 165cm, obese, short hair wearing a purple baseball cap, denim shorts and a black shirt. The value of the grocery items was about $200.

Burglary on farm

Unknown offenders ripped open the bottom of the garage door to access a property on Romsey Road, Wallan, at some stage between April 16 and 22. An Ozito air compressor and two billiard cues, valued at $400, were stolen.

Theft of vehicle

Overnight on April 22, unknown offenders stole a vehicle parked on the nature strip in Black Duck Crossing, Kilmore.

The vehicle was a silver 2016 Ford Utility, with two large toolboxes in the rear containing work equipment.

Theft from clothing store

An unknown man stole three shirts from the hanging rack outside Wolf Clothing, Sydney Street, Kilmore, at about 10.30am on April 22.

The man walked off with the shirts, valued at $105, without making any attempt to enter the store to pay for them.

He is described as mid 20s, skinny, wearing a red hat and baggy clothes.

People who can assist with any information in the above incidents can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or a local police station.

Operation Compass

Operation Compass, a road policing operation, was run over two weekends focusing on impaired driving, speed, fatigue, distraction offences and seatbelt compliance.

Phase one was between April 14 and 18 and phase two was between April 22 and 25.

During this time, police in Mitchell Shire breath-tested 2191 drivers, with 14 drivers detected driving under the influence of alcohol. Police also detected 109 driving offences.

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