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Mitchell Shire Weekly Police News: February 7, 2023

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Church graffitied

A church in Crawford Street, Seymour was graffitied between 10am and 5pm on Saturday.

Unknown offenders graffitied the side entrance doors with provocative words using dark red spray paint.

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Unknown offenders gained entry into Assumption College Kilmore and stole about 72 power tools and batteries from the woodworking building between January 27 and 29.

The estimated value of the tools and batteries is between $10,000 and $20,000.

A premises in Watson Street, Seymour, was broken into between January 23 and February 4.

Offenders gained entry to the house by forcing entry through the back door, and rummaged through draws, cupboards, and storage areas.

They stole a television, watch, camera, and lawnmower.

In Wallan, a home in Lyons Way was unlawfully entered between 1pm Thursday and 10am Friday.

It is believed the unknown offenders gained entry to the home through the garage.

Theft of plates

Between 4pm on January 27 and 5.40am on January 30, unknown offenders removed and stole the rear number plate affixed to a vehicle parked on Bridgewater Parkway, Wallan.

Another plate was also stolen from a vehicle parked at Plenty View, Beveridge between 8pm Thursday and 5.30pm Friday.

The unknown offender removed and stole the front plate affixed to the vehicle.

Theft of caravan

A 2001 Galaxy Southern Cross caravan was left parked at the Hume Freeway southbound rest area on January 26 due to difficulties.

Between January 26 and 30, unknown offender stolen the caravan from the rest area.

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