Stolen Golf Clubs from Yenda

A set of golf clubs has been stolen from Yenda Golf Course between Sunday and Wednesday this week.

Unknown persons broke into a locked shed and took them

Police are asking anyone with information to come forward to assist with investigation.

More break and enters, this time a car was broken into on Northgrove Drive over the course of Tuesday night.

The front window of the vehicle was smashed, and a red hand-bag and wallet left in the car was stolen.

Police are urging anyone with information in relation to these incidents to call Griffith police station on 6969 4299 or to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Alternatively, you can use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page. Information provided will be treated in the strictest of confidence. 


Griffith Police have also reminded the region to be vigilant, as criminals continue to target people with fraudulent activity.

They have issued the following reminders to avoid being another victim of a scam:

1. Never provide your personal details, name, date of birth, address, credit card / debit card or bank account details to any person by any means unless 100% satisfied they are legitimate. Even if these people appear genuine check their credentials and / or call the company they are allegedly representing on a phone number you have sourced independently to ensure they are a legitimate employee.

2. Do not make payment arrangements without checking with your supplier that you actually owe a debt.

3. If the payment request appears to be unusual or to an external source, check with your supplier on a phone number that you have obtained from a previous bill or phone book.

4. Do not buy itunes vouchers as a form of payment for an alleged debt owed by you to a government or non-government organisation. If requested to do so this is a scam.

For more information on cyber crime reporting and tips on how to protect against online criminals please go to the Australian Cybercrime Online Reporting Network.