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Too many burglaries in town

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August 10, 2017

CAMPASPE Criminal Investigation Unit is investigating a burglary at a Kyabram business on Thursday night.

CAMPASPE Criminal Investigation Unit is investigating a burglary at a Kyabram business on Thursday night.

Squirters Car Wash on McCormick Rd, Kyabram, was broken into between 2am and 3am and cash was taken.

Another attempted break-in occurred at the car wash on Sunday night between 2am and 3am.

Some damage was done to the door but the offenders did not gain entry.

Police are looking for two offenders in relation to the crime.

Anyone with information about this incident should phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

■A $600 PUSH bike has been stolen from a house on Wilson St, Kyabram on Thursday.

The white Haro bike was taken sometime between 2am and 3am.

Anyone with information about this incident should phone Kyabram Police on 5853 1777.

■KYABRAM police are investigating two aggravated burglaries in Kyabram which happened on July 24.

The first burglary happened at an Underwood Grove address about 1.50 am.

A male offender entered the house via a rear door and was approached by the victim before leaving the scene.

The offender stole some alcohol and a CB radio, valued about $1000.

The second burglary happened about 7 am when the male offender entered the rear door of a house.

He was startled by the resident and left the scene empty-handed.

Police investigations are ongoing and at this stage police are unsure if the two incidents are related.

■POLICE found cannabis and an illegal firearm during two recent drug raids in Kyabram.

Officers carried out search warrants at homes in Rogers St and Crossthwaite St about 9.30am on July 27.

Detective Sergeant Shane Kervin of Campaspe Criminal Investigation Unit said that a small amount of cannabis had been found at both houses, while a homemade marble gun was also seized from the Rogers St address.

Charges are pending, with a 51-year-old man from Crossthwaite St to be processed at a later date.

A 33-year-old woman from Rogers St was cautioned.

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