Police have been kept busy over the Christmas period in the MIA with a number of call-outs received including three ram raids on Sunday morning.
At around 3am on Sunday, December 24, police were called to attend a ram raid at the Yanco Post Office.
A white sedan was seen mounting the median outside the post office before reversing into the door and forcing their way in.
The unknown offenders then entered the store where an amount of money was stolen.
Griffith was next to be targeted by ram raiders as the Driver Supermarket broken into.
At around 3.50am a white Nissan Pulsar was seen to reverse into the rear door of the supermarket.
Three suspects gained access to the store and searched the store before leaving with an amount of money.
Around 30 minutes late the Coro Club was the next target when the Nissan Pulsar was caught on CCTV driving straight through the front door.
A number of males were seen entering the premise and searching through the cash tills before leaving with cash and alcohol.
One of the perpetrators of the Griffith ram raids, a 16-year-old male, was arrested and charged with two counts of break and enter on December 24 and will appear before Griffith Children’s Court on January 27.
Between 10am and 9pm on Tuesday, December 26, an unknown person entered a premises on Kurrajong Avenue and stole a money box.
During the same time frame, cars on Mitchell Street, Dundas Street, Wirilda Street and Drummond Street were broken into with money and personal items stolen.
Police have again reminded people not to leave valuables in their vehicles.
Four people have been retrieved from the Murrumbidgee River in Darlington Point on Christmas Day.
The swimmers were conveyed to Griffith Base Hospital, and police have reminded people of the dangers of swimming in the river particularly when intoxicated.
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