A TOYOTA Landcruiser was stolen from Narira Street, Bermagui just after 6pm last Tuesday while the owner was gardening in the front yard and keys left in the ignition.
Police were called to Bill Smyth Oval at 7.50pm after the NSW Fire and Rescue brigade extinguished a fire that totally destroyed the four-wheel-drive.
Anyone who saw anything or anyone at either location is urged to contact local police or call Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.
POLICE as part of a combined operation over the long-weekend deployed a drug detection dog at the Narooma blues festival on Friday and Saturday night resulting in cannabis being detected on six patrons, four of which were given cannabis cautions.
A 54-year-old man allegedly in possession of two cannabis brownies was given a court attendance notice while the sixth case is pending.
NAROOMA police arrested a 28-year-old Narooma man at 7.45pm on Sunday outside the Narooma blues festival for failing to leave and resisting arrest.
POLICE noticed a man walking down Tilba Street, Narooma at 5.15pm last Tuesday waving his arms wildly.
He was heavily intoxicated but when police offered to transport him to a place of safety, the 41 year old became combative striking out at officers.
He was taken to the ground and subdued before being taken to Narooma police station where a small amount of cannabis leaf was found on him.
Upon being identified, police realised he was wanted for a break-and-enter offence at Albion Park Rail dating back to March where he had been identified through DNA evidence.
He was charged with break-and-enter, as well as resisting arrest and possession.
BRANCHES were dragged into the male toilets at Bermagui River Park on Bridge Street at 5.45pm on Sunday and set alight causing an undetermined amount of damage to floor and wall tiles.
Four girls around 16 years of age of Aboriginal appearance were seen in the area.
Surf club break
SOMEONE forced the lock on a door on the bottom floor of the Narooma surf lifesaving club between 6pm last Monday and 6pm Tuesday, October 1.
They gained entry and attempted to remove the coin tin attached the wall of the showers, but nothing else was stolen.
THIEVES broke into a four-wheel-drive parked at Handkerchief Beach south of Narooma between 1pm and 2pm last Tuesday by removing the rubber seal around the front passenger window.
A handbag containing a women’s purse, a wallet and its contents, and two mobile phones were stolen.
A NAROOMA local P-plater was stopped in Dalmeny at 10.45pm on Sunday failing a random breath test. She was subsequently charged for mid-range drink driving and her licence suspended.
A 33-year-old man stopped on Lamont Street, Bermagui at 1.50pm on Sunday failed a random breath test and was charged with mid-range driving.
A RESIDENT on Anchorage Place, Bermagui noticed their dog was drowsy around noon on Sunday and took it to the vet, who said the animal was displaying symptoms of being drugged with a sedative.
POLICE are investigating the theft of money from the handbag of an elderly and vulnerable resident at a Dalmeny nursing home between September 23 and 28.
A SURFBOARD was handed in to police after being found in the car park at the Narooma Plaza centre at 4pm on Saturday.
LAST week’s police report could have been clearer in its explanation of the accident at Wilcocks Avenue. It was indeed the Camry that caused the accident pulling out in front of the Hyundai Elantra that had the right of way on the Princes Avenue.