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Crime Reports January 2020

On January 11, a Husqvarna 250cc trail bike was removed from the back yard of a Husten Circle property.

On January 12, a set of car keys were taken from a residence on Pearson Street and were used to steal a white ’98 Holden Commodore from the driveway.

On January 13, two crimes were committed. From the yard of a Rees Place property, an orange STIHL chainsaw, red Milwaukee tool bag and Stanley socket set were taken overnight. Meanwhile offenders entered a house on North Crescent and destroyed two gun safes, taking 7 firearms, ammunition, hunting knives and binoculars.

On January 16, a business on Benjamin Terrace was broken into, with $4,000 worth of cigarettes having been taken – the offender has since been identified and charged.

On January 17, the back door of a High Street optometrists building was forced open, fortunately nothing was taken after the alarm was activated.

On January 23, offenders have broken into the Bush Inn on Montagu Street and accessed the kitchen, from which food was taken from the freezer.

On January 28, a money box containing a large quantity of coins was taken from a Southview Crescent property.

On January 29, oxyacetylene welding equipment was taken from the Derwent Valley Boat House work site on the Esplanade.

If you have reported a crime that is not included in reports
please contact Tasmania Police.

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