Police wish to remind business owners to be vigilant and to employ the following precautions due to recent reports of thefts and break-ins at business premises.
South Australia Police continually patrol our roads and highways in an effort to reduce the number of lives lost on our roads and keep us safe.
Balaklava Police are trying to locate the owner of the pictured items after seizing them last month.
It is imperative that we work together to ‘flatten the curve’ and reduce the impact of COVID-19 within South Australia.
Police are urging business owners to review their security measures in response to an increase in non-residential break-ins and thefts over the past two weeks.
South Australia Police wish to remind the public to comply with the restrictions in place to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
An update has been made which affects the operation of wineries and their associated cellar doors and restaurants.
South Australia Police are reminding the public that now is not the time to become complacent on our roads.
Police are appealing for assistance from the public to locate wanted man Susen Sharma.
Barossa and Yorke Mid North police have arrested four people following break-ins and assaults at two Wasleys homes early this morning.