Damage/theft at Beveridge
Overnight on May 13, unknown offenders entered a worksite via temporary fencing in Lewis Street, Beveridge. They activated a Hyundai loader and drove it around the worksite before crashing it into a shipping container, which caused a large hole big enough to gain access. Offenders entered the shipping container and stole two hammers before leaving. Damage caused was value at $5000.
Burglary at Kilmore
Between April 10 and 15, unknown offenders cut the locks to two shipping containers on a farm at Forbes-Moranding Road, Kilmore. Offenders used bolt cutters or similar to cut the locks and stole a generator, ladder and other tools, valued at $1260.
Burglary at Seymour
Unknown offenders gained access to a house in Anzac Ave, Seymour through a window between 12pm and 6pm on May 17, where they rummaged through one room in the house and stole about $80 in cash.
Damage to vehicle
A vehicle parked at a unit carpark in High Street, Seymour, was damaged by unknown offenders between 6pm on May 15 and 3pm on May 16. The offenders used a key or similar to damage the panels of the vehicle and spray painted graffiti on the other side of the vehicle.
On May 15, overnight, unknown offenders used orange spray paint to graffiti a fence on Monash Drive, Seymour.
Anyone who can assist with any information in regards to the above incidents can contact Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000 or their nearest police station.
Assault in Broadford
Police are seeking any information in regards to an alleged assault outside a Broadford milk bar at about 3.30pm on May 7.
Anyone with any information is encouraged to contact First Constable Timothy Curtis, at Broadford police, on 5784 1404 or the police assistance line on 131 444.
Annual police community sentiment survey
People are invited to participate in the Annual Victorian Police Community Sentiment Survey. Through the survey, people will have a voice in Victoria Police’s service delivery.
Input will inform local action plans and influence organisational priorities. Survey closes on May 31. People can access the survey at www.engage.vic.gov.au/annual-vicpol-community-sentiment-survey-2022.