Theft in Seymour
Between May 22 and 24, a woman realised her handbag was missing from her car in Mitchell Court, Seymour. It is unknown how the offender gained access to the vehicle. Police highly recommend not leaving valuable items within sight from the exterior of a vehicle.
Between 9pm on May 24 and 7.30am on May 25, unknown offenders entered a vehicle parked on a victim’s front lawn in Oak Street, Seymour, and searched through the vehicle.
No items were stolen. The vehicle may have been left unlocked.
Police highly recommend ensuring your vehicle is locked before leaving it unattended.
Burglary at Tallarook
Unknown offenders forced entry via a front door of a house in Ennis Road, Tallarook, between May 7 and 19, and stole two polar powered refrigerators.
Fail to stop on police direction
On May 24, at about 12.16am, police were patrolling Kilmore’s shopping complex and observed a white and black motorised scooter, without registration plates, stationary at the McDonald’s drive-thru, with two males wearing no helmets or protective gear.
Police then put their lights and sirens on and the men on the scooters took off down Clarke Street, failing to stop.
Anyone with information or CCTV footage of any of the incidents is urged to contact Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000 or contact their local police station.