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Lock it up or lose it - don’t become an easy target for thieves.


Police from the Far South Coast Local Area Command are reminding the public to be aware of the location of valuable items to reduce the incidents of theft.

Police urge the public to secure their valuables at all time and keep them out of view.

Be mindful to lock your cars, remove valuables such as wallets and phones from vehicles.

If holidaying in caravan parks and camping areas, lock you items away such as bikes, fishing, surfing equipment and eskies.

Don’t become an easy target for thieves. Source


Above: Senior Constable Donna-Marie Clarke and Senior Constable David Bates urge the public to secure their valuable items, particularly while visiting carparks and beach side locations.

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