Narooma area police report | Dec. 6

THROWN IN: The angel ring was thrown in off the end of the Narooma town wharf but luckily became tangled in the structure before it could drift away.
THROWN IN: The angel ring was thrown in off the end of the Narooma town wharf but luckily became tangled in the structure before it could drift away.

Lifesaver offence – Narooma police warn would-be vandals targeting angel rings that they face serious criminal charges for interfering with the life-saving devices.

One Narooma charter skipper was left with his blood boiling on Monday morning after he discovered someone had thrown in the angel ring at the Narooma town wharf sometime overnight in Sunday. Luckily the rope got caught in the pylons and he was able to be retrieve it.

Anyone who saw anything or knows about the theft of these rings, several of which have gone missing around the region in recent months, can contact Narooma police on 4476 2044 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Bermagui break-in – Sometime between November and December 2, unknown persons gained entry to a garage off Bunga Street, Bermagui stealing fishing gear.

Failing to quit – Narooma police are reminding locals and visitors, they risk a $550 fine for not leaving licensed premises when asked to. This follows recent incidents and also the expected rise in people being asked to leave during the upcoming holiday season.