Thefts in district

Between September 4 and October 2, unknown offender/s attended a remote property located in Kilmore and stole approximately 200 metres of overhead copper wire, including brass fittings estimated at a value of $5000.

Between September 15 and 30, offender/s attended two construction blocks in Broadford and stole a total of 10 fencing panels estimated at a value of $650.

On September 30 one male offender and one female offender attended a petrol station on the Hume Freeway in Wallan. The offenders were in a silver Volkswagen sedan and wearing face masks.

The offenders filled their car with $124.70 worth of petrol and left without making any attempt to pay.

Anyone with any information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or the police assistance line on 131 444.

Burglaries in Kilmore and Seymour

Between 6pm on September 28 and 8am on September 29 unknown offender/s entered a property in Kilmore through the back door and stole two couches and rugs. The offender/s are believed to have left through the garage.

Between 5pm September 27 and 8am September 28 unknown offender/s gained entry to a business on Emily Street, Seymour.

They have gained entry by cutting a side gate by an unknown means. The offender/s stole a battery out of a truck estimated at $500 in value.

Anyone with any information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or the police assistance line on 131 444.

Theft of plates

Between 3.30am on September 28 and 4pm September 29 unknown offender/s removed and stole a number plate affixed to a vehicle parked on the street in Station Street, Pyalong.

Police have reminded the community that installing one-way anti-theft screws can prevent number plates from being stolen and used for further crimes.

For more information visit www.police.vic.gov.au/safepl8.