Batemans Bay Police are appealing for help after a belt containing an insulin pump and mobile phone were suspected stolen from Surf Beach on Wednesday afternoon, October 2.
Police received a report of a missing or stolen belt containing an insulin pump and a white iPhone 6s with the owner's name on it between 3.30pm and 5pm.
A Batemans Bay police spokesman said the missing items were being treated as stolen.
"The person went back and couldn't locate it. At this stage we're treated it as potential theft," the spokesman said.
He said the red and yellow Medtronic insulin pump was of great value to its owner.
He said its disappearance could mean the owner might have to go to hospital if without a backup pump.
Fridge stolen at Tuross Head
Police say an Engel camp fridge was stolen between 8pm on Wednesday, October 2, and 6.30am Thursday, October 3, at a camping tourist park, Tuross Head.
The spokesman said the fridge was stored underneath the owner's camper van. He woke up and it was gone.
Copper wire stolen at Bay industrial area
Police say a large amount of copper wire was stolen from an industrial site at Cranbrook Road, Batemans Bay, between Tuesday and Wednesday, October 1-2.
The spokesman said the wire was stolen between 3.30pm on Tuesday and 7am on Wednesday.
He said the wire was valued at a "considerable sum of money".
Investigations were still underway.
Call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Batemans Bay Police on (02) 4472 0099 with any information on any of these incidents.