NAROOMA Police are hoping someone recognises this photo of this English couple who lost their camera whole holidaying in town.
A tourist handed in to police a Canon camera they found on Bar Beach, Narooma on Saturday. The camera contained many, many shots of this couple, who appear to be from England, holidaying around the world from the Alps to Hong Kong and police hope someone recognises them so the camera can be returned.
POLICE as usual are reminding campers to secure all belongings after numerous reports of thefts from campsites at local parks.
In a number of cases involving the theft of alcohol, scooters and bikes, campers have reported seeing youths of Aboriginal appearance in the area with police identifying at least one of the local youths who is being sought for questioning.
Other cases include the theft of a $450 bike from the Dalmeny campground between Thursday and Friday, while several bicycles worth $2000 were stolen from the beach resort south of Narooma overnight on Friday.
POLICE are also warning motorists not to leave valuables in cars after the usual spate of thefts from cars.
A car parked at Camel Rock Beach, Bermagui had its rear, near-side window smashed at around 3.30pm on Sunday. The thieves rifled through the car but found nothing.
Another car also at Camel Rock Beach at the same time also had its rear, near-side window broken but the thieves this time took a bag containing ropes and surfing equipment.
Hit and run
A 36-year-old Narooma man was charged with negligent driving and failing to stop at an accident after he allegedly drove into a vehicle backing out on Forsters Bay Road near the Princes Highway, Narooma at 11.20am on Saturday.
Police attended and a witness identified the man walking up Forsters Bay Road. He allegedly left the scene of the accident, drove to his nearby home and then walked back to the scene.
A THIRD outboard motor has been stolen off a boat at Dalmeny. This one was worth $2000 and was stolen from the boat parked in a driveway on Maculata Circuit, Dalmeny between December 14 and Wednesday last week.
THE residents of a Montague Street, Narooma property reported that a GPS unit was stolen from a car parked outside overnight on Wednesday.
They also reported that a birdbath and bin were stolen overnight on Monday and then Tuesday last week.
AN electric-powered bicycle used by a local with a disability was stolen from their residence on Marine Drive, Narooma between 2am and 10am on Thursday.
SOMEONE stole the licence plate and a spotlight from the rear of the Victorian bus parked on Montague Street near Ballingalla Street, Narooma overnight last Monday.
POLICE stopped a white Toyota van on Lamont Street, Bermagui at 7.30pm on Friday with the 55-year-old Bermagui man failing a random breath test and later recording a low-range reading of 0.059.
POLICE stopped a trail bike on Dalmeny Drive at the Princes Highway at 3.15pm last Wednesday and found the 30-year-old to be unlicensed and the bike unregistered and uninsured and he was given tickets for all offences.
A MAN surfing at Duesbury Beach, Dalmeny had his iPhone and his jacket left on the beach stolen at 11am on Thursday.
THE licence plate Y45827 was reported stolen from a boat trailer parked at a caravan park on the Narooma Flat between Friday and Sunday.
A MAN described as being 18 to 20 years old was seen knocking over property, pulling out and stealing tent pegs in the caravan park at Narooma Surf Beach at about 11.30pm on Monday night.
POLICE attending a property on the Bermagui Tathra Road in the early hours of Sunday morning on an unrelated matter found and confiscated several cannabis plants, charging a 54-year-old matter with drug offences.
UNKNOWN persons stole a farm gate from a property on Wallaga Lake Road between Thursday and Saturday.
Anyone with any information on these matters should contact Narooma police at 4476 2044 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.