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Smart watch found

By Seymour Telegraph

Seymour Police’s property officer Jan Williams is trying to find the owner of a smart watch that was recently handed in after it was left in a taxi.

This was reported last week as a missing mobile phone.

Anyone with information should phone Jan at Seymour Police.

Fuel thefts

Nagambie police are investigating two incidents which they believe may be related.

Some petrol was stolen from the fuel tank of a Mitsubishi sedan parked in Vine St, Nagambie overnight on Monday, October 29 and the next morning.

They also received a report of an attempted theft of fuel in nearby Prentice St, which occurred on the same night.

The fuel cover had been forced open and the fuel cap unscrewed.

No fuel was taken, and police believe the thieves may have left after realising the four-wheel drive used diesel.

Trailer vandalised

Another Nagambie investigation involves the theft of two wheels, removed from a trailer left unattended in a paddock at the corner of Racecourse Rd and High St, Nagambie.

This occurred overnight Sunday, October 28 and the next day.

The trailer was supported by some wood blocks obtained from a nearby works yard and the rims and wheels were taken off.

The thieves also took the wheel nuts, with the rims being described as genuine Ford parts.