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Police report

By Yarrawonga Chronicle

Bundalong car fire

Police are following up enquiries in relation to a car fire at Bundalong on the evening of June 7. 

Powertool theft

A Stihl mini boss chainsaw was stolen from a campsite on Gravel Bend Track in Burramine overnight of June 19.  If anyone has any information, please contact police.

Penalty notice for distance 

A 19-year-old Mulwala female driving a silver Ford Focus has collided with the rear end of a White Rav 4 attempting to park on June 24. The female received a penalty notice for failing to keep a safe distance behind another vehicle. Nil drivers sustained any injuries. 

Unknown offenders smash car 

Unknown offenders smashed several windows on a parked car before fleeing the scene outside a Sharp St address in the early hours of June 28. If you have any information, please contact Yarrawonga Police. 

Crime prevention during COVID-19

Police within Moira LGA are committed to ensuring every Victorian is safe in these times.  

Police are aware that some businesses will close during these restriction periods and this is the opportune time to remind you that offenders may see an opportunity to steal from businesses.

Neighbourhood disputes

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.

DSCV’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.

To realise this vision, the Dispute Settlement Centre of Victoria (DSCV) provides free dispute resolution services across Victoria. Dispute Settlement Centre Victoria https://www.disputes.vic.gov.au/