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Police investigating theft of petrol

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July 19, 2017

Police are investigating after a man failed to pay for his petrol last week.

Police are investigating after a man failed to pay for his petrol last week.

A caucasian man in his early 20s, with dark hair and slim build, filled the white Holden Commodore he was driving at Cobram Caltex on Murray Valley Hwy last Wednesday night and left without paying.

The car displayed stolen registration plates ZFS239.

Anyone with information is urged to phone Cobram police on 58711977.

Supermarket exposure

A Cobram man has been charged after he wilfully exposed his genitals outside the town’s Woolworths supermarket.

The incident happened on July 10.

The man has been bailed to appear at the Cobram Magistrates’ Court.

Turn your lights on

Police wish to remind drivers to use their headlights on days of heavy fog and rain.

Automatic headlights must be manually turned on.

Beware of scams

Police are continuing to take inquiries about scams, whether it be through email, social media, text messages, cold phone calls or letters in the mail.

The ACCC is warning people to stay alert to phishing scammers pretending to be from well-known businesses and government departments trying to con unsuspecting victims out of their personal information and money.

Head to www.scamwatch.gov.au for information.

How to contact police

Moira police want to provide the best service they can for the community and ask anyone requiring police attendance to call 000.

If you are seeking advice outside business hours, phone a 24-hour police station to speak to a local member and if it is not urgent call your local police station.

If the station is unattended, leave a message. In the rural environment police are not always in the station and will often be out on patrol or attending calls.

‚óŹVisit www.crimestoppers.com.au

Reporting is confidential. Police only need your information, not your name.

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