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Mitchell Shire Weekly Police News: April 17, 2023

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Theft of motor vehicle

Between 8pm on April 11 and 7.30am on April 12 unknown offenders stole a grey 2008 Volkswagen Passat parked out the front of an address on Butler Street, Seymour.

Graffiti damage

On April 9 at 3.45pm unknown offenders gained access into vacant premises located on King Street, Wallan. Once access was gained the offenders graffitied the walls inside.

Theft from motor vehicle

Between 7pm on April 6 and 07.30am on April 11 unknown offenders approached a vehicle parked on Lyons Way, Wallan and gained access, stealing black Armani prescription sunglasses.

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Theft of a parcel

On April 4 at approximately 1pm, unknown offenders approached a house on Highlands Road, Seymour and stole a parcel that was delivered to the premises.


Between 5pm the April 3 and 11.45am April 4 unknown offenders attended a vacant display house on Budd Avenue Wallan. The offenders gained access to the property by breaking the lock on the front door. The offenders took a couch, chairs bedside table, wine, and a gift basket.

At 10.14am on April 1, unknown offenders gained access into a school on Pinniger Street. Broadford. The offenders gained access through a window that seemed to be altered to be kept unlocked. Police believe the offenders were inside no longer than five minutes before being spooked by an alarm. Nothing was stolen.

Theft from shop

On April 3 at approximately 4.20pm an offender walked into a supermarket on High Street, Broadford. The offender asked for one packet of Capstan tobacco, two packets of Tally Ho filters and had a block of Cadbury chocolate. The offender swiped their card, which declined. The offender was advised the payment was unsuccessful, after which he stated he would not pay and walked out, taking the items.

Theft of motor vehicle

On April 6, unknown offenders attended a property at Dry Creek Crescent, Wandong and stole a black 2004 Holden Commodore VY

Theft of puppies

Wallan Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a theft of two puppies that occurred in Alcantara Avenue, Wallan on March 21 at approximately 3.15pm. The puppies were safety located later that day, although police are still seeking the offender.


On April 11 an unknown offender gained entry to a business on Sydney Street, Kilmore. The offender smashed the front door with an unknown object and reached inside to open the door. The offender has then used another object to purposely damage three computer monitors.

Police investigate a break-in at Sureway on Kilmore’s Sydney Street. ​

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