Since Thursday, police have had four reports of cars broken into with property stolen in Griffith.
At around 4pm on Noorilla Street around on Thursday, a mobile phone was stolen from a parked vehicle. The owner had parked briefly in the street and left the phone in car. Upon returning found it had been stolen.
Another break and enter occurred over Saturday night with a wallet was stolen from the vehicle.
There were also two thefts on Sunday night.
A steal from motor vehicle overnight Wood Road. Police report the contents of vehicle were disturbed but nothing was stolen.
The other incident was on Erskine Road, and saw a vehicle’s windows smashed and a black men’s wallet stolen.
The car was parked in the driveway.
Police are also appealing for information from anyone who may have seen a boat similar to the picture below.
Police allege the boat is similar to one involved in an alleged stealing incident at Euroley Bridge Boat Ramp, Yanco on Saturday November 11.
A cream 'Kate Hill' handbag was also stolen.
The bag contained wallets, bank cards, iPhone, black Samsung Galaxy phone, cash, multiple sets of keys and other items.
If you are able to assist please contact Griffith Police Station on 02 6969 4299 or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 and quote police reference number E65999426.
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