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August 01, 2017

Tatura police are seeking information in to the theft of tools stolen from a vehicle outside a business in William St.

Theft probed

Tatura police are investigating a theft from a vehicle.

Leading Senior Constable Kevin Ingram said $1214 of tools were taken from a Ford ute that was parked in William St.

Leading Sen Const Ingram said the theft happened out the front of a business and police were investigating.

■Anyone with information can phone Tatura police on 58243099 or Crime Stoppers on 1800333000.

TV, vacuum stolen

Tatura police are investigating a theft from the Shepparton Field and Game Association club rooms.

Leading Senior Constable Kevin Ingram said a 42-inch LCD television and a Dyson vacuum cleaner were stolen from the club rooms at Crawford Rd, Dhurringile.

The theft happened some time between Sunday, May 14, at 5pm and Wednesday, June 14, at 9am.

Leading Sen Const Ingram said the vacuum cleaner was engraved with the name Shepparton Field and Game Association.

■Police are investigating the theft and anyone with information is urged to phone Tatura police on 58243099 or Crime Stoppers on 1800333000.

Licence conditions violated

A Shepparton man, 18, is $476 poorer after violating his probationary driver’s licence conditions.

Leading Senior Constable Kevin Ingram said the man was stopped in Peter Ave, Tatura, on July 16 after police noticed he had too many passengers in his car.

Leading Sen Const Ingram said the man had more than one peer group passenger in his vehicle and received three demerit points and a fine.

10 demerits dished out

A Harston man, 54, received 10 demerit points after driving under the influence of alcohol.

Leading Senior Constable Kevin Ingram said the man was stopped in Albert St, Tatura on July 20.

The man was given a breath test and recorded a blood alcohol reading of .063.

The man also received a $476 fine.

Register your cars

Tatura police are reminding people to register their cars after a man received a $739 fine.

Leading Senior Constable Kevin Ingram said a Dhurringile man, 21, was stopped on Midland Hwy, Mooroopna on July 21, when police noticed his vehicle was not registered.

The man was given a $793 fine and a warning to get his car registered.

Fined for drink driving

A Waranga Shores man, 52, has been fined for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Leading Senior Constable Kevin Ingram said the man was stopped on July 21 in Tatura-Rushworth Rd, Tatura, where he recorded a blood alcohol reading of .067.

The man received 10 demerit points and a $476 fine.

Licence expiry warning

Tatura police are urging people to not let their driver’s licence expire.

Leading Senior Constable Kevin Ingram said a Tatura woman, 23, was stopped on July 21 in Hogan St, Tatura.

When police checked her licence they discovered it had expired and issued her a $396 penalty notice.

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