Three male offenders entered a liquor store in Seymour at about 2.55pm on Friday and stole various amounts of liquor, valued at more than $150.
The next day, on Saturday, an unknown offender stole a handbag out of the front seat of a vehicle parked at a takeaway store on High Street, Wallan. The handbag included an international passport, gold ring and about $50 cash.
On Sunday, at 6.10pm, an unknown offender entered a convenience store on Anzac Avenue, Seymour, and stole three cans of Pringles chips.
Unknown offenders drove through a fence at a residential address on Jones Road, Broadford on Wednesday, causing damage valued at about $1000.
The offenders then proceeded to dump four loads of rubbish in the driveway and flee.
Between 11pm on Wednesday and 6.30am on Thursday, unknown offenders damaged two vehicles parked on Howe Street, Seymour.
The offenders damaged both vehicles’ windscreen wipers causing them to be inoperable.
Theft of plates
In two seperate incidents, licence plates have been stolen from vehicles parks at Kilmore East train station last week.
Between 10.30am on January 9 and 6pm on January 14, unknown offenders removed and stole a front licence plate affixed to a vehicle.
Another vehicle was hit between 10am on January 12 and 8am on January 13.
A takeaway shop in Bank Street, Avenel, was broken into between 10pm on January 14 and 8am on January 15.
Offenders removed seven louvers and climbed into the shop, where they filled a backpack full of alcohol bottles and left.
Between 5pm on January 5 and 5pm on January 12, unknown offenders entered a shed on a property on Vearings Road, Avenel, and stole a red Ducati hypermotard motorcycle.
Police urge anyone with information to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 if they have any information about any of the above offences.