Narooma area police report: May 7

Car burnt out

UNKNOWN persons broke into a unit in Wattle Street, Bermagui and stole car keys, a wallet and a spear-gun overnight on Friday.

Using the stolen car keys the offenders then stole a white Ford Festiva which was found on Monday burnt out at the Wallaga Lake Koori Village.

Car ablaze

LOCAL RFS members attended the scene when an abandoned car was reported to be on fire in bushland near Duesburys Road, Dalmeny at 2.45am on Saturday. The firies extinguished the blaze.

Noise stifled

A KIANGA man has been issued with a noise abatement direction prohibiting him from making noise for 28 days.

The incident occurred at 3am on April 30 when police attended a scene where the 29-year-old man was playing loud music, yelling and screaming.

Flares seen at sea

TWO bright green flares were sighted off Mystery Bay at 7.30pm on Tuesday, April 29. After some investigation police believe it was a naval exercise.

Kayak stolen

BETWEEN 10am on Saturday and 2.15pm on Sunday, unknown persons stole a blue and white kayak from a vacant block at Fairhaven Point Road, Fairhaven.

Low range rider

A POLICE highway patrol vehicle stopped a motorbike rider on the Princes Highway near Tilba on Sunday morning when it was estimated that the speed limit was breached.

The rider was breathalysed and tested positive for alcohol. The rider was a p-plater from Albion Park and was charged with low range PCA.

Seatbelt fine

AN 18-year-old man was fined for not wearing a seatbelt while driving after he was pulled over by police in Lamont Street, Bermagui.

False rego

A 29-year-old Bodalla man was issued with an infringement notice for displaying unauthorised number plates on a truck last Wednesday in Narooma.

iPhone found

AN iPhone was found in Bowen Street, Narooma last Wednesday. The phone is password protected and the owner can collect it from Narooma Police Station.

Bike found

A child’s mountain bike was found last week in bushland on the eastern side of Mort Avenue, Dalmeny.

The owner can collect their bike from Narooma Police Station.

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


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