Police are investigating after a heartless thief stole a wheel chair from a property at Mount Pleasant last week.
A recent incident in which a would-be scammer claimed to work for the SA Police has prompted a fresh warning to the Barossa Valley community to not be taken in by such tactics.
The SA Police Easter long weekend road safety campaign will begin at midday tomorrow (18 April), with the crash risk on Thursday historically three times greater than normal.
SA Police (SAPOL) are reminding the community that they should take a common sense approach when carrying gel blasters in public, given a number of incidents in recent weeks where the ‘toys’ have been mistaken for real weapons.
A trailer which was seized at Marden earlier this month, has been reunited with its owner. Police would like to thank the public for their assistance. A 31-year-old Marden man has been reported for unlawful possession. He will be summonsed to appear in court at a later date.
Police are reminding residents and business to ensure they have locked up securely- including their outbuildings.
Crime Prevention is critically important to the success of a small business - inventory, cash and other assets need to be guarded closely.
An ANZAC Day memorial service, hosted by Commissioner Grant Stevens took place at the Wall of Remembrance at the South Australia Police Academy at Taperoo this morning.
There has only ever been one person of interest for SA Police in connection with the disappearance and suspected murder of Annabel Strzelecki in 1998 – her husband.
Police have arrested two men following a drug search at Kent Town last night.