Barossa Weekly Police Report
Police recommend clearly marking, painting, engraving or photographing tools and property, and recording serial numbers. This not only helps to prevent thefts, it makes it more difficult for thieves to dispose of stolen items - and makes the identification and return of stolen property easier.
Tradies are also urged to be vigilant about securing their vehicle, both on and off the work site. Keep your vehicle locked at all times. Gawler Police urge the public to report any suspicious activity to the Police Assistance line immediately on 131 444.
Timely reporting can greatly assist police in stopping crime, arresting offenders and – in the case of offences such as theft – reuniting property with its lawful owner.
The following is the weekly update from Nuriootpa Police:
On 19 November Nuriootpa Police arrested a 15-year-old boy from Gawler West and charged him with offensive language.
On 21 November Nuriootpa Police arrested a 26-year-old man from Nuriootpa on a Parole Board Warrant.
On 22 November Nuriootpa Police arrested a 36-year old man from Kapunda on a warrant.
On 23 November Nuriootpa Police arrested a 20-year-old man from Nuriootpa on an outstanding warrant.
On 25 November Nuriootpa Police arrested a 22-year-old man from Holden Hill and charged him with hindering Police.
On 19 November Mt Pleasant Police reported a 34-year-old man from Williamstown for breaching his bail conditions.
On 23 November Nuriootpa Police reported a 39-year-old man from Williamstown for breaching his Police Interim Intervention Order.
SERIOUS CRIMINAL TRESPASS
Between 9 and 19 November a Holden Rodeo Ute, an angle grinder and two nail guns were stolen from a shed at a property on Basedow Road, Tanunda.
On 22 November various items were taken after access was gained to a property in Sobels Street, Tanunda.
Between 17 and 19 November an 8ft x 5ft trailer with a cage and rear ramp was stolen after access was gained from a property on Murray Street, Nuriootpa.
Between 24 and 25 November a bag containing cosmetics was stolen after entry was gained to a locked vehicle parked in a carpark on Murray Street, Tanunda.
Between 17 and 18 November damage was caused to two Vespas parked in a side yard of a business in Murray Street, Angaston.
Between 17 and 18 November a letterbox was damaged and bent at a property in Mildred Street, Kapunda.
Between 24 and 25 November Black permanent text was used to graffiti a letter box on High Street, Kapunda.
Between 20 and 21 November a Suzuki motorbike was taken from a property on Peter Wilson Road, Williamstown.
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.