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Charged with arson

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May 17, 2018

A warrant has been issued for Robert Love.

A 56-year-old Seymour woman has been charged with several criminal damage by fire offences after she was allegedly caught in the act recently.

Two off-duty policemen saw a woman acting suspiciously near the historic wooden jail in Emily St, Seymour and upon further inspection noticed a small fire near the building.

A previous fire had been lit at the same location a week or so earlier. The woman has also been charged with lighting several other small fires around the area; two relating to incidents in April where trees had been set alight in Anzac Ave and Goulburn St.

Stolen trailers

Two trailers were recently stolen from the front yards of their owners.

One, a homemade registered grey tandem, was taken sometime between midnight and 1am on Sunday, May 6 from McKenzie St, Broadford; and a motorcycle-carrying trailer was removed from a home in Young St, Nagambie. This was taken some time between noon on Saturday, May 5 and the following Monday morning.

Car break-in

A car was tampered with at an address is Mallet Cres, Seymour, overnight on May 5.

The offenders forced entry to the car, which was then pushed out into the street, where it was found.

Warrant issued for Robert Love

Police are appealing for public assistance to help locate Robert Love.

A warrant has been issued for the 27-year-old’s arrest in relation to armed robbery related offences.

Police have released an image of Love in the hope someone recognises him and can provide information on his current whereabouts.

Love is known to frequent the Frankston, Hastings and Seymour areas.

He is described as 185cm tall, with brown eyes, short brown hair and a solid build.

Anyone who sights Love or has information on his whereabouts can phone Crime Stoppers on 1800333000 or submit a confidential report online at www.crimestoppers vic.com.au

â– Community members who are on Facebook can now keep up-to-date with police activities, arrests and police-related stories by checking out the Mitchell Eyewatch page.

The Facebook page will have regular stories relating to police happenings in the Mitchell and Strathbogie shires. Follow the pages and you might even be able to help solve a crime.

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