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Theft from Treasure Hunter

An unknown female offender entered Treasure Hunter at Wellington Square, Wallan at 10.35am on Sunday. The woman walked around the store selecting items, concealing them in her jacket before leaving the store without paying for any items, which were valued at $42.

The woman is described as African in appearance, about 177cm, wearing a bright pink dress, long maroon jacket and yellow headpiece.

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At about 3am on May 25, an unknown offender graffitied the trailer of a B-double truck parked in the truck parking of BP Wallan.

The offender used blue spray paint and sprayed the words ‘SHAZSTY’ in two places on the trailer.

Theft of bicycle

Between 4.50pm and 5pm on May 23, an unknown offender stole a grey Roscoe 6 Trek mountain bike from between the two sliding doors to the entrance of Wellington Square, Wallan. The value of the bike was $1500.

Theft of registration plate

Overnight on May 23, unknown offenders removed and stole the rear registration plate to a vehicle parked in Jessica Avenue, Kilmore.

Theft of vehicle

Between 5.15pm and 7.15pm on May 28, unknown offenders stole a vehicle from the corner of Ennis and Breen roads, Tallarook.

The vehicle is described as a 2002 blue Nissan Patrol with stainless steel snorkel, black roof rack, black bull bar, black side protection bar, black side steps and black Sunraysia rims.

Police believe the offenders would have needed a trailer to move vehicle as it had broken down. The vehicle is valued at $30,000.

If canyone can assist with any information in regards to the incidents, contact a local police station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Possess drug of dependence

Seymour Police intercepted a vehicle being driven by a 28-year-old Kalkallo man in Tallarook Street, Seymour, at 9.20pm on Sunday.

Police searched the man and vehicle, allegedly locating a small amount of a drug of dependence. The man was arrested and conveyed to the police station where he was interviewed for possessing a drug of dependence.

The man was bailed to attend Seymour Magistrates Court later this year.

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