Police investigating single-vehicle incident at Koonoomoo

By Cobram Courier

Cobram Highway Patrol is investigating a car which tipped onto its side near Koonoomoo last week.

Police confirmed on February 22 a female driver from Shepparton lost control of her car on a dirt track near Time Out Holiday Park in Koonoomoo.

The driver misjudged a bend and the vehicle tipped onto its side.

The driver was taken to GV Health in Shepparton for head lacerations.

The investigation is ongoing.


Between February 9 and 16 a grey and maroon Giant XTC bicycle was stolen from a Cornish St address.

Anyone who has seen the bike or has any information about the theft is urged to contact Cobram Police Station on 5871 1977.


There have been two incidents of theft of a motor vehicle in Numurkah during the past week which have prompted police to urge locals to secure their property.

In both incidents keys and valuable items such as bank cards were left in or near the vehicles.

Police are reminding everyone to remove all valuables and keys and secure vehicles after use.


On February 27 all operational police will enforce Operation Buckle Up, targeting the non-compliance of seatbelt wearing across the division.

Police said seatbelt non-compliance remained a contributing factor to death and serious injury on the roads across the division.

Due to this police are reminding people that all vehicles fitted with seatbelts must comply with seatbelt legislation and all occupants must be wearing them at all times.

Police will be issuing infringement notices of $330 and three demerit points to drivers not wearing seatbelts.