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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Moruya thefts on the increase


Sometime between 12:00pm on Thursday 23 February 2017 and 9am on Saturday 25 February 2017, offender/s have broken into the St John's Anglican church in Campbell Street, Moruya. The room has been rummaged through. At this stage it is unknown if anything has been stolen. Police will forensically examine the scene.

In another incident there was an attempted break and enter into the Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Queen Street, Moruya. This occurred sometime between 5:30pm Friday 24 February 2017 and 7am on Saturday 25 February 2017. Over $8,000 worth of damaged was caused when a security panel was ripped back and a stained glass window smashed in an attempt to gain access. A side stained glass window was also smashed with a brick. These windows are over 100 years old and expensive to repair. Police are investigating. Source Editors Note: There are many reports of petty theft occurring in Moruya crossing the Beagle desk. Police are aware of those as well. If you have any information regarding ANY theft in Moruya please contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Moruya Police as all information received helps.

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