Narooma area police report: Jan. 15

Oyster robbery

UNKNOWN persons have stolen 140 dozen oysters from an oyster farm at Black Bream Bay, Wagonga Inlet between 4.30pm on Friday and 8.40am on Monday.

The 52-year-old owner of the farm has not been able to assist police with any possible offenders.

Keep your eye out for someone selling cheap oysters!

Theft while sleeping

ROBBERS broke into a house in Dulling Street, Dalmeny while the resident slept.

The offenders broke in through a door on the deck and stole two mobile phones, a wallet and an iPad.

The theft occurred between 11.30pm on Tuesday, January 7 and 6.15am the following day.

Forced entry

UNKNOWN persons have broken into a home in Warbler Crescent, Narooma by forcing a glass balcony door.

The robbers stole a TV/VCR, CD player, telephone and a box of money.

The offence occurred between while the resident was away between November 1 and January 11.

Malicious damage

THE situation got uglier when police attended a domestic dispute at Wallaga Lake at around 10pm on Monday, January 6.

A 55-year-old woman was spoken to by police officers in relation to causing malicious damage to property. The woman became abusive and aggressive toward police and she challenged an officer to arrest her. She struggled violently and assaulted an officer. She was handcuffed and conveyed to Batemans Bay Police Station.

The woman was charged with a number of offences including malicious damage.

Party poopers

A PARTY in a unit on the Princes Highway, Narooma got out of control at around 4am on Tuesday, January 7.

Damage was sustained to a window and a door. Police investigations continue into the incident.

Lifted at Loader

ATTEMPTS were made to break into two Mazda vehicles parked at the Loader Beach car park in Mystery Bay between 3.30pm and 5.30pm on Tuesday, January 7.

Both cars had been left locked and $40 in change was stolen from one car. The offenders did not succeed in gaining entry into the other vehicle but did manage to damage both locks and doors.

Bike robbery

TWO pushbikes were stolen from a carport at a Mystery Bay holiday accommodation facility.

The bikes were valued at $1700 and were taken between midnight on Monday, January 6 and 9am on Wednesday, January 8.

Yellow Hilux stolen

A YELLOW Toyota Hilux was stolen from Goolara Avenue, Dalmeny between 10pm on Tuesday, January 7 and 12.30pm the following day.

The 1989 ute with registration number BU 78 ZZ was parked in a driveway at the time of the theft.

Theft from caravan park

GOLFING gear was stolen from a trailer parked at a Narooma Caravan Park recently. Unknown persons stole a golf bag, clubs and shoes. The robbers also attempted to steal a canoe but were unsuccessful.

Police advise people keep gear secured at all times when unattended.

Petrol syphoned

SOMEONE has syphoned half a tank of petrol from a green Holden Commodore belonging to a local woman.

The car was parked and secured in the front yard of a house in Casey Crescent, Mystery Bay.

The offence occurred between 11am on Sunday and 8.20am Monday.

Doors damaged

BETWEEN 9am and 8pm on Friday persons attempted to break into a residence of a 62-year-old woman in Bunga Street, Bermagui.

Two front doors and one rear door were jemmied and subsequently damaged.

Wallet lost

A MAN misplaced his black Quicksilver wallet last Wednesday evening in the vicinity of the Narooma Flat. Anyone who may have found the wallet should hand it in to police.

Praise for good behaviour

POLICE are very happy with the behaviour of local residents over the holiday season.

Anyone with any information on these matters should contact Narooma police on 4476 2044 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.