Narooma area police report: May 14

Punt sunk

ON Wednesday, April 30 or Thursday, May 1 unknown persons have maliciously damaged an oyster punt by removing its bungs.

The wooden punt was moored in Forsters Bay and consequently became submerged. Significant damage has been caused and police investigations continue.

Blaring music

AT 8.30pm last Wednesday, police were called to a unit in Narooma regarding extremely loud noise coming from the residence.

Upon arrival police officers found the occupant unconscious on the floor. The 42-year-old man was woken up from a deep sleep and given a 28-day noise abatement direction.

Car damaged

A WOMAN has had her car vandalised while it was parked in a front yard of a friend’s house in Narooma. The woman found her rear window smashed and a tyre slashed on Thursday.

Bicycle theft

A PUSHBIKE was stolen from the front veranda of a Mystery Bay house overnight last Wednesday.

Police advise people do not leave valuables unsecured.

Window smashed

NAROOMA High School staff were puzzled when the front glass door of the admin building was found smashed at 9.15am on Friday.

The damage is estimated to be worth $600.

Unregistered vehicle

ON Friday afternoon an unregistered vehicle was stopped by police in Cobargo. The driver was issued with an infringement notice for driving an unregistered motor vehicle on the road.

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