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Bike thief apprehended

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August 02, 2017

This week police have been kept busy in Seymour after several quick arrests.

The first relates to a male victim who had his pushbike stolen after leaving it chained to a fence at Seymour Railway Station.

The male offender stole the bike and was observed shortly after by the victim sitting at the front of Liquorworks.

The quick-thinking victim called the police who attended a short time later and arrested the male.

After being interviewed at Seymour Police Station the male was released and will appear at Seymour Court in the coming weeks.

Tipper thief caught

Another crime was solved this week by Nagambie Police, who have successfully identified the male responsible for the theft of a company tipper truck that was reported in last week’s Telegraph.

The male has been charged and will face the consequences of his actions at court shortly.

Look out for purse

A Seymour woman is appealing for assistance after losing her red purse outside the Reject Shop this week.

Any person with information regarding the purse, which contained cash and numerous personal cards and papers, is asked to contact police.

Fuel drive-off

Police are on the look out for a silver Holden sedan after the driver stole $40 of fuel from a service station in Emily St, Seymour.

The male driver is described as tall with brown hair and the vehicle had no number plates attached.

Motorbike parts taken

A Tallarook man had about $5000 of rare motorbike parts stolen from his property this week.

The offenders, who gained entry to his rural property without being observed, stole the parts before decamping.

The victim and neighbours have assisted police with their investigation.

Blue Light Disco

Lastly, a good news event for police and local youth.

The Broadford Blue Light Disco is being held on August 11 at the Broadford Shire Hall.

The primary aged disco is from 5.30pm to 7.30pm and the secondary aged disco is from 8pm to 10pm.

The disco features the latest music by a talented DJ, UV lighting and heaps more.

Entry is $6, or $10 for entry plus a hot dog and drink.

For more information phone Jane Marks on 57350205.

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