• Hannah Phillips

Barossa Weekly Police Report

Police are asking residents and businesses to ensure they have secured their properties and valuables, after a number of break-ins and thefts.

  • Sheds and garages attract thieves targeting tools, machinery and sporting goods.

  • Always ensure doors and windows are locked and secured when leaving the premises. Place expensive tools in fixed, lockable tool cabinets where-ever possible.

  • Large items can be made more secure by using lockable wall brackets.

  • Consider photographing expensive tools and machinery as well as engraving them with your driving license number or other identification. This makes it easier for police to return recovered items to owners.

  • Always report the theft of your valuables to police as soon as possible and talk to your neighbours about any suspicious cars or activity in your area.

The following is the weekly update from Nuriootpa Police:


On 27 November Nuriootpa Police arrested a 27-year-old man from Altona on a warrant.

On 2 December Kapunda Police arrested a 51-year-old woman from Kapunda and charged her with assault.


On 1 December Mt Pleasant Police reported a 56-year-old man from Eden Valley for firearm offences.

On 2 December Nuriootpa Police reported a 20-year-old man from Vista for drink driving (0.218) and driving without due care.

On 1 December Nuriootpa Police reported a male youth from Lewiston for theft.


Between 27 and 28 November two quad bikes were taken from an open-sided shed from a property on Sturt Road, Ebenezer.

Between 28 and 30 November a wallet and credit cards were taken from a locked car parked in a garage on Howard Street, Angaston.


Between 23 and 24 November two computer hard drives and a freezer jacket were taken after access was gained to a property on Pheasant Farm Road, Nuriootpa.

Between 1 September and 26 November a yellow lid bin was stolen from a premises in Murray St, Nuriootpa.

Between 23 and 25 November a UHF radio was stolen after entry was gained to the cab of a harvester at a property on School Rd, Kapunda.

Between 24 and 26 November 100 litres of diesel was syphoned from tractors at a property on Diagonal Rd, Tanunda.

Between 16 and 20 November a yellow lid bin was stolen from the front of a property on Stockwell Rd, Light Pass.

Between 20 and 23 November a blue mountain bike was stolen from a front veranda on Murray St, Tanunda.


On 23 November the wire perimeter of a fence was damaged at a property on Old Sturt Highway, Nuriootpa.


Between 20 and 30 November a Yamaha DT175 motorcycle with registration YZM492 was stolen from a driveway on Centenary Ave, Nuriootpa.

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.