Narooma area police report | June 14

File photo.
File photo.

Locking vehicles – An unknown thief entered an unlocked car parked outside the Narooma post office about 2pm on Friday, stealing a wallet. Narooma police remind everyone to lock vehicles at all times and not leave valuables in plain sight.  

Moved on – A 53-year-old man allegedly refused to leave Narooma licenced establishment at 11pm on Saturday after being asked to do so by the staff. Police attended and gave him a move-on direction and action will be taken for failure to leave a licenced premises on demand.

Street fight – Police received a report of several people fighting on the street at The Loop, Narooma at 9pm on Saturday. The people involved had left the area before police arrived, however inquiries continue.

Low ranger – Narooma police conducted numerous random breath test checks over the long weekend as part of four-day Operation Stay Alert. At about 8.30pm on Saturday, a 26-year-old Victorian man failed a test and later recorded a low-range reading of 0.062 back at the police station.

Phone recovered – Police are attempting to locate the owner of a mobile phone that has been recovered after it was believed stolen in the Narooma town area on either the weekend of May 19 or May 26. The owner is encouraged to contact Narooma police on 4476 2044.

iPod found – An Apple iPod found at Bill Smyth Oval in early May can be claimed by its rightful owner, whose first name appears on the device’s screen.