The new Bermagui police vehicle. A stolen runabout fishing boat was located atAkolele on Wallaga Lake in the last week. The small fishing vessel was stolen from Sydney back in 2013. Police charged one local man in relation to the matter and investigations are ongoing.
Car rolls –A blue Kia was involved in a single vehicle accident on Wallaga Lake Road at 11.10am on Friday. The vehicle was being driven in an easterly direction by a local teenage girl when it left the roadway. She attempted to steer back onto the road but over-corrected, crossing the road and hitting the embankment on the opposite side. The car then rolled onto its roof. The driver suffered only minor injuries but she was issued with a ticket for negligent driving.
Phone lost –A local delivery driver lost his Samsung mobile phone somewhere on his route around Narooma atmidday on Friday. Police are hoping someone located the phone so that it can be returned to its owner.
Watch recovered –Police still have a valuable men’s watch found at Bar Beach, Narooma on Monday, May 23. The watch can be claimed at the Narooma police station if correctly identified.
Drink driving –About 9.40pm on Saturday, police observed a Subaru Forester travelling north on the Princes Highway, Bega with the high beam on. Police were travelling south at the time and completed a U-turn and stopped the vehicle. The 64-year-old driver from the ACT was breath tested and a positive result recorded. He was arrested and taken to Bega police station. He was subsequently issued a field court attendance notice for Low Range PCA. He will appear at Bega Local Court. He was issued a warning for the high beam offence.
Bonsai stolen –Three bonsai plants worth $400 have been stolen from a garden area outside a unit in Imlay Street, Eden. The theft occurred sometime overnight Friday. The plants were in ceramic pots. Eden police are investigating.
Car vandalised –Sometime between 3pm Saturdayand midnight, a Honda Accord was damaged in Orient Street, Batemans Bay. The vehicle was parked and unattended during that period. Several thousands of dollars of damage was caused to the vehicle including scratches to the bonnet, drivers front guard and door, passenger front guard, front and rear doors. The boot was dented as well.Anyone with information on any of these mattersis urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000 or local police on 4476 2044.
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