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Barossa Local Service Area

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23 May 2022 12:05pm

The Barossa and surrounding community is reminded to contact police with any information relating to the following incidents.

The following is the weekly update from Nuriootpa Police:

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Police are warning members of the public regarding online extortion offences.

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17 May 2022 3:52pm

Thieves use a variety of methods to sell stolen property including online trading websites.

You can recognise your own property quicker than someone who is not familiar with the items. Police encourage you to search popular websites where your property may be placed for sale.

If you are able to identify your property contact Police on 131444 and quote your Police report number.

The following is the weekly update from Gawler Police:

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Nuriootpa Police are asking the community to always report suspicious behaviour or crime in a timely manner.

Reporting offences or suspicious behaviour as soon as possible can assist police locate offenders, stop further offences occurring and potentially lead to stolen property being reunited with its lawful owner.

The following is the weekly update from Nuriootpa Police:

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The following Directions have been revoked, effective 11.09am on 13 May 2022:

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10 May 2022 12:11pm

Thieves use a variety of methods to sell stolen property including online trading websites.

You can recognise your own property quicker than someone who is not familiar with the items. Police encourage you to search popular websites where your property may be placed for sale.

If you are able to identify your property contact Police on 131444 and quote your Police report number.

The following is the weekly update from Gawler Police:

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09 May 2022 12:24pm

Nuriootpa Police are asking the community to always report suspicious behaviour or crime in a timely manner.

Reporting offences or suspicious behaviour as soon as possible can assist police locate offenders, stop further offences occurring and potentially lead to stolen property being reunited with its lawful owner.

The following is the weekly update from Nuriootpa Police:

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Major Crime detectives are appealing to the public for witnesses following a serious assault in Elizabeth Downs last month.

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Police wish to warn the public to be mindful of the ongoing threat posed by online scams. A recent email detected claims to be from a popular South Australian organisation and contains a link to purchase solar panels.

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The Barossa and surrounding community is reminded to contact police with any information relating to the following incidents.

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