Barossa Weekly Police Report
Do you have a boat, trailer or caravan parked on your property? Is it, and its contents, secure?
SA Police are reminding the community to ensure that valuables contained within vehicles – of all types - are out of sight or appropriately secured.
Valuable items that are a common target for thieves because of their value and ability to be sold for quick cash include laptop computers, GPS devices, phones, cameras, plus sporting, fishing goods and tools.
Police would urge the community to ensure all valuables are removed from vehicles or concealed from the prying eyes of opportunistic thieves.
It is also worth considering:
* Secure your trailer and boat to prevent them from being stolen.
* Remove all tools, fishing rods, tackle boxes, eskies and GPS devices from your boat or trailer.
* Do not hide spare keys inside or on your vehicle or boat.
The following is the weekly update from Nuriootpa Police:
On 27 August Nuriootpa Police arrested a 27-year-old-man from Kapunda on two outstanding warrants.
On 31 August Nuriootpa Police arrested a 50-year-old man from Nuriootpa and charged him with aggravated assault.
On 2 September Nuriootpa Police reported a 21-year-old man from Mt McKenzie for assault.
On 29 August two pewter condiment holders and pepper shaker were stolen after entry was gained to a property in Murray St, Tanunda.
Between 28 and 29 August graffiti was marked on a fence and a whipper snipper blade was stolen from a property on Bald Rd, Linwood.
Between 30 and 31 August a fully enclosed black trailer SA registration TDH476 containing landscaping tools was stolen from Pedler Place, Freeling.
On 1 September a handbag and its contents were stolen from a table on Willows Rd, Light Pass.
On 27 June multi-focal glasses, an electric shaver and a Samsung phone were stolen after an unlocked vehicle parked on Tarlee Rd, Kapunda was broken into.
Between 20 and 21 August graffiti was marked on buildings on Coulls St, Freeling.
Between 30 August and 1 September graffiti was marked on a fence on Leske St, Freeling.
Anyone with information about these incidents is asked to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or report online at https://crimestopperssa.com.au/ - you can remain anonymous.
If you notice anything suspicious in your area please call police immediately on 131 444.
Timely reporting assists police in locating offenders and preventing further crime from occurring.