THE amenities block at Bill Smyth Oval, Narooma was broken into between 5pm last Tuesday and 1.30pm on Wednesday with a box of ice creams stolen.
Entry to storerooms was also gained with sporting gear ransacked and thrown around.
The empty ice-cream box was found nearby as well as an empty paint can and these have been forensically tested. Anyone with information is asked to come forward.
A CAMPING fridge and its contents worth $1530 were stolen from a site in the campground on the Narooma Flat between 9pm and 11.10pm on Wednesday.
That same night another camping fridge was also stolen from another site but this Waeco model was found discarded nearby.
An Olympus camera and wristwatch were also stolen from a car in the campground between 8.30pm and 11.59pm on Saturday.
UNKNOWN persons threw white paint on the front screen and painted graffiti at the Narooma tennis club on McMillan Road between midday last Tuesday and 8.30am Wednesday.
Gloves confiscated at the scene have been sent for forensic testing.
SOMEONE climbed onto the roof of the Narooma Community Centre on Field Street, smashing a skylight and security cameras between 5pm last Monday and 8am on Tuesday. Items were taken for forensic testing.
A 82-year-old woman was issued a ticket for failing to give way after she allegedly pulled out onto the Princes Highway from Wilcocks Avenue, Narooma at 9.30am on Friday.
A Hyundai Elantra smashed into her Camry spinning both cars around. Both drivers were not injured but the cars needed to be towed.
A ROOM at the La Salle Motel, Narooma was broken into overnight on Monday last week and again on Tuesday night. Nothing was stolen but the sheets were messed up as if someone slept there.
Someone also gained entry to conference centre and three other rooms overnight on Saturday damaging doors but nothing was reported stolen.
TWO GPS units were unbolted and stolen from a boat parked off Dalmeny Drive, Kianga between 5pm Thursday and 5pm Friday.
A GREY Peugeot car was found with damage to its rear end in the Bodalla bowling club car park on Thursday between 6.45pm and 7.45pm.
SOMEONE smashed a window of a house on Angle Place, Narooma between September 1 and Thursday but no entry was gained.
Anyone with any information on these matters should contact Narooma police at 4476 2044 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.