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Nuriootpa Weekly Report (19/4/21)

19 Apr 2021 1:26pm

Nuriootpa Police are investigating a number of thefts. Anyone with information is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or
online at www.crimestopperssa.com.au

The following is the weekly report from Nuriootpa Police:

ARRESTS

On 13 April Nuriootpa Police arrested a 49-year-old man from Victoria for driving unauthorised.

REPORTS

On 13 April Nuriootpa Police reported a 34-year-old man from Nuriootpa for driving disqualified.

On 15 April Nuriootpa Police reported a 39-year-old year old man from Greenock for drink driving with a blood alcohol reading of 0.115.

On 17 April Nuriootpa Police reported a 40-year-old man from Nuriootpa for possession of prescribed equipment.

SERIOUS CRIMINAL TRESPASS

Between 9 and 10 April forced entry was attempted at a business premises located on Chapel Street, Kapunda.

Between 12 March and 12 April an attempt has been made to force entry through the locked door of a business premises located on Williamstown Road, Williamstown.

Between 13 and 14 April numerous Makita tools were stolen after entry was gained to a shed located on Bevan Street, Greenock.

THEFT

Between 5 and 10 April two mattresses and a suitcase were stolen from a private premises located on Laubes Street, Springton.

Between 13 and 14 April the registration plate TUC964 was stolen from a trailer parked on Buna Terrace, Nuriootpa.

Between 13 and 14 April a 60 litre Waeco camping fridge was stolen from the tray of a ute parked on Leopold Street, Greenock.

Between 13 and 15 April tyres were stolen from a trailer parked on Duckponds Road, Stockwell.

ILLEGAL INTERFERENCE

On 12 April two vehicles were interfered with while parked on Friedrich Street, Freeling.

PROPERTY DAMAGE / GRAFFITI

Between 27 March and 3 April fencing was damaged at a property located on Gordon Road, Mount Crawford.

On 8 April a letterbox was damaged on Perc Crook Street, Nuriootpa.