Two Cobram businesses were the target of attempted break-ins overnight on Saturday.
Police confirmed an unknown offender attempted to gain entry into a business in Punt Rd, Cobram.
The offender attempted to jemmy the rear door of the property open, however was unsuccessful and fled the scene.
That same evening an unknown offender gained entry into a Bank St, Cobram business by attempting to smash a glass door.
The offender fled the scene after being unable to get inside the building.
● Overnight on Sunday an unknown offender gained entry into two trucks parked in Markey Ct in Cobram.
The vehicles, an Isuzu truck and a Mitsubishi truck, contained a range of assorted tools which were stolen during the theft.
That same evening an unknown offender gained entry into an Isuzu ute parked in Main St, Cobram.
A HP laptop computer was stolen.
A number of tools were stolen from a shed at a property in Katamatite last weekend.
Police said between Saturday, November 9 and Monday, November 11, an unknown offender gained entry into an unlocked shed on a property on Benalla-Tocumwal Rd.
The offender stole a range of tools from the shed.
About 3.35am on Thursday, November 7, unknown offenders broke into a business in Blake St, Nathalia.
The offenders stole a cash tin.
● On Saturday evening about 10.30pm a vehicle was found set alight in Stewarts Rd, Nathalia.
The vehicle was believed to be a late model Ford sedan.
●On Sunday morning unknown offenders gained entry to a business depot in Davidson Omalley Crt, Nathalia.
The offenders cut a padlock on a gate of the depot.
Once in the yard they attempted to gain entry into the building by jemmying the door but were unsuccessful.
It appears nothing was stolen.
●On Sunday morning unknown offenders stole a grey Vespa motorcycle from a campsite on The Ranch Track in Barmah National Park.