Police seek witnesses after bird shot in Dalmeny

Police are seeking information after a plover was shot with an arrow in Dalmeny. File picture: Tony Rodd, Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife.
Police are seeking information after a plover was shot with an arrow in Dalmeny. File picture: Tony Rodd, Foundation for National Parks and Wildlife.

Police remind the public that plovers are a protected bird after one was shot with an arrow on Noble Parade, Dalmeny, last Tuesday.

Police said it was an offence to hurt these birds, and requested anyone with information to contact Narooma police.

Woman charged with drug possession

A woman was charged with possessing prohibited drugs after being found with cannabis on Thursday, July 18.

Police attended an address on McMillan Road, Narooma, and found a 36-year-old woman in possession of the drug.

She will appear before Narooma Local Court.

Stolen number plates

Police are appealing for information after a set of number plates was stolen from a vehicle at the Narooma Plaza.

Police say NSW plates DZZ 42H were stolen from a blue Hyundai sometime between June 26 and July 19.

If you see those plates on a vehicle, please contact Narooma police.

Break-and-enter

A house on Tarlinton Street, Cobargo, was broken into last week.

Police say unknown persons removed the hinges of a ground-floor door sometime between July 11 and July 17 to gain entry to the property.

It appears the offender may have left some personal property at the location.

If you have any relevant information, please contact Narooma police.

Car break in

Unknown offenders stole $20 of loose coins from a vehicle on Koerber Street, Bermagui, between 12pm, July 13, and 8.30am, July 14.

Police say the owner of a Ford Falcon ute found his vehicle with the side door open and the bonnet up.

Police believe the alleged offenders accessed the vehicle by tampering with the lock.

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