Saturday, January 19, 2019
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Police Investigate Thefts In Cooma



Police in Cooma are investigating a series of thefts from motor vehicles and the theft of three motor vehicles overnight on Tuesday 7th January 2013. During the morning of Wednesday 8th January, Cooma Police have received reports of 14 separate incidents of stealing from motor vehicles. They have been centred around Cooma North and Cooma East areas. Reports so far are of the theft of minor amounts of cash and some electronic devices, including mobile phones and ipads, as well as some sunglasses.
During the morning reports were also received regarding the theft of two motor vehilces and a motor cycle.
A white Mazda sedan was reported stolen from an address in Orana Avenue Cooma North, which was later recovered in Cooma East.
A further report was received regarding the theft of a silver Nissan Navara table top ute from Cooma East, which remains outstanding.
Later another report was received relating to the theft of a green Kawasaki trail bike from Cooma North. This also remains outstanding.
Police also want to remind people to make sure they lock their vehicles when they are left unattended, even for a short time, and when they are parked at home. Valuables should, where possible, be removed from the cars, or at least hidden from view.
Police are requesting anyone with information relating to these matters to call Cooma Police on 64520099.

Weather Warning: Fire Ban + Damagind Winds Forecast.

There is a total fire ban in force across the region today with a warning of extremely warm temperatures for this time of year and
strong winds.

It's expected to reach 27 degrees in the Monaro with low humidity and winds could get up to as high as 110 kilometers per hour with a cool change not expected until later tonight.

The rural fire service is now mobilising its resources throughout the state for the potentially catastrophic conditions and Fred Nicholls from the Monaro team says all permits are cancelled
and people need to be extremely careful.

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