Several counts of destruction of property occurred during the month of March.
On 2nd March, unknown persons have walked up the driveway to a residence on Jamieson Street and slashed a rear tyre on a vehicle that was parked there.
On the same day, a storage sea container on a housing development in Husten Circle was entered and a “Gentech” and “Subaru” generators were stolen along with an orange 60mtr extension cord.
On 7th March, a vehicle was damaged overnight whilst parked in a driveway on Sadri Court, with every panel being scratched.
The 8th March saw the front window to a house on Benjamin Terrace, smashed. It is believed a group of youths have thrown rocks at the house.
Two youths have climbed a building at Fairview Primary School on 22nd, and knocked off a ventilation cap.
Unknown offenders smashed the glass front door to a restaurant in High Street, on 27th March.
On 30th, an unidentified male has been using the laundromat in High Street when he has used an unknown object to lever open the coin tray to one of the machines, taking the contents.
March also saw three incidents of burglary and stealing:
On 12th, a number of youths have entered a business on Hamilton Road and removed vehicles from the business which had been left there for repairs. We are happy to say that this matter has been investigated and the offenders charged.
On 18th, unknown persons have entered a garden shed on Oakdale Road via a sliding door. The items taken include a Husqvarna 525RJD whipper snipper and a Stihl hedger.
On 23rd March, a car was broken into on Andrews Street, with the offenders cutting through the canvas roof and removing a large MRF cricket bag.
Police are eager to hear from any member of the public who may have witnessed any of the above incidents or who have observed any suspicious activity in the neighbourhood.
Phone Police on 131444 for non-urgent matters, or Crime Stoppers on 1 800 333 000