Police report: Alleged assault at Narooma wharf

Narooma police are nearing an arrest after an incident on the Narooma Wharf on Saturday, March 9.

Police said an argument developed between two groups of people between 8pm and 8.30pm, which led to an alleged assault.

Police are still calling on any witnesses who may have been present at the incident to contact Narooma police station or Crime Stoppers.

Stolen fuel tank

Police are appealing for information after a boat's fuel tank was stolen from a small boat near The Loop between 8pm on Friday, March 8, and 6am on Saturday, March 9.

If you have any relevant information, or saw something suspicious in the area, please contact Narooma police.

Single-vehicle crash

A 59-year-old man was freed from his vehicle after he rolled on the Princes Highway on Wednesday, March 6.

A Fire and Rescue spokesperson said the man was trapped after his vehicle rolled. A Narooma crew is working to free the man.

A NSW Ambulance spokeswoman said two paramedic crews were called to the scene about 15 kilometres north of Narooma at 11.30am on Wednesday, March 6.

Move along

Police issued a man with an official move-on direction after a minor disturbance at Narooma Plaza.

The man had previously been barred from a retail business for stealing offences, and he complied with the order from police.

Lock your vehicles

Police are urging motorists to lock their vehicles after a pair of sunglasses were taken from an unlocked car on McMillan Road.

Police say a person gained entry to the vehicle sometime on Friday, March 1, or Saturday, March 2.

Police advise that leaving your car unlocked in a public place is an offence.

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