In another break and enter in our schools, a canteen was robbed Wednesday night at 2.20am, with the offenders going for the frozen pizza.
They forced into the building and activated the alarm, however were only there for a short period of time.
Another robbery occurred in the early hours of Wednesday morning. A Business in Railway Street was accessed forcibly through the front door, and a cash was stolen.
Between 9am and 4pm on Wednesday, a home on Grongal Avenue was robbed while the resident was working out in the back area.
The thief gained access through a locked door, and rummaged through a number of rooms. A ladies handbag with it’s contents was stolen from the home.
Over the week there have been two incidents where windows in vehicles have been smashed.
Police reports indicate that residents in a home on Wood Road heard the sound of smashing glass around 10pm Wednesday night.
When they went to investigate, they saw a car window had been smashed, and saw three people running away from the area into Wyangan Avenue.
Another incident occurred 9pm on the same day on Erksine Road, where a vehicle was parked outside and had it’s window smashed. A witness detailed seeing some people near the scene, however Inspector Kim Traynor said they may not have a connection.
In other news, an orange, black and white KTM 450 dirtbike was stolen from the back of a vehicle in Banna Avenue.
The man had parked there to visit a shop and was only a short distance away when the bike was taken.
Police say the vehicle was last seen travelling north on Benerembah Street with two males on board.
The bike can be identified by its colour as well as the numbers ‘420’ on the plates as well as on the read side guards.
Police are asking for anyone with information, or anyone who is able to assist with inquiries to call the station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
As an update, the trailer stolen on Monday has been recovered after being found dumped on Thorne Road about 4pm on Wednesday.