Property entered, items stolen in Murray Bridge


Police want residents to lock up their homes, hide valuables and engrave expensive items after a number of reported break-ins in Murray BridgePolice are reminding residents to lock up their homes, hide valuables and engrave expensive items after a number of break-ins in Murray Bridge recently.

Between 11.40am and 3.30pm on Friday, January 16, someone broke into a garden shed at a property on Adelaide Road, Murray Bridge, and stole a red Masport four-stroke petrol lawnmower, an orange-coloured electric hedge trimmer, two black-coloured petrol garden blowers and an orange-coloured Stihl petrol whipper snipper.

Police have also been advised that sometime between 10.15pm on Friday night and 1.30am on Saturday, January 17, someone gained entry to a business premises on the Old Princes Highway, Murray Bridge.

The thief then entered sleeping quarters at the property and removed a cash register and a computer.

Also at Murray Bridge, between 9am on Thursday, January 15, and 1pm on Saturday, January 17, someone entered a garden shed at a Willow Avenue property and removed an engine motor which was left in the rear yard of the property.

Between December 28 and Saturday, January 17, a property on Doecke Road was entered through an unlocked room.

Thieves removed a yellow coloured Karcher (K2.180 model) pressure/steam cleaner.

Police urge homeowners to ensure appropriate keyed locks are fitted to doors and windows; gates, garages and sheds are locked when not in use; garden tools and ladders are securely locked away so they cannot be used to break in; valuables are hidden; gardens are kept trimmed to avoid being used as a hiding place; packaging of expensive items are broken down and placed in a bin and valuables are engraved or marked with a driver’s licence number.

-?Details: Anyone with information about any of the incidents, or the whereabouts of the stolen property, should call Crime on 1800 333 000 or report online at https://sa.crimestoppers苏州美甲美睫培训学校.au/ You can remain anonymous.

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