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February 07, 2018

Youth bailed after tools stolen

An 11 year old boy is now on bail with an overnight curfew after tools were stolen from the Supercheap Auto store in Belmore Street last week.  Staff detected the theft and alerted local police.

Cruise boat vandalised

Four spotlights on the Paradise Queen cruise boat were damaged when offenders climbed to the upper level during last Tuesday night. The offenders did not get into the boat and one youth has so far been charged in relation to the incident.

Lock your car

Last week’s crime in Wunghnu where three Shepparton boys, two aged 13 and one 16 were charged over four  car thefts, multiple burglaries, thefts and bail offences is a reminder to all Moira residents that crime can occur anywhere. Residents need to be security conscious and ensure vehicles are locked overnight and valuables are removed.

Dispute assistance

Disputes can arise in many areas of life, whether it’s a disagreement with a neighbour over trees or fences; disputes between members of a club; workplace disagreements; or noise from animals, machinery or cars.
The Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria’s purpose is to empower and assist the Victorian community to prevent and appropriately resolve issues, alleviate pressure on the judicial system and help the community to thrive. The Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria (DSCV) provides free dispute resolution services across Victoria, as well as training and accrediting mediators to national standards.
Moira Police encourage anyone requiring assistance with disputes to visit https://www.disputes.vic.gov.au/

Anyone with information in relation to any offence can contact their local police or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. Or submit a confidential crime report at www.crimestoppersvic.com.au.

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