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Far South Coast Police report


At 10:40am on Sunday 5 March 2017, police attended a residential address in Sunshine Bay.

While at the location police located three cannabis plants growing in pots in the front yard. The three plants varied in height between 60cm and 170cm. These were seized.

Investigations are continuing.


A house being built in Myamba Parade, Surfside has been broken into and tools to the value of over $5,000 stolen. Access was gained by forcing the rear sliding door.

Once inside the offender/s have stolen numerous tools and items for the construction. An upstairs window has also be damaged.

Items include: Westinghouse Induction cooktop Dyson vacuum cleaner. Nailgun Dropsaw Karcher pressure cleaner 25 m extension cord Clarke laundry sink Hardware items Worklights on tripods 10 litre drum of Dulux house paint

The theft occurred sometime between 18 and 25 February 2017 and was reported to police on 5 March 2017.

Police are forensically examining the scene.

Further south - BEGA

About 5.40pm Sunday 5 March 2017, Bega police responded to motorcyclist who had crashed his bike in bushland off the Snowy Mountains Highway, Bemboka.

The male rider had had fallen down an embankment in rough terrain.

Police, SES and ambulance responded. The 43 year old rider was stretchered from the gully to an ambulance. He was stabilised at the scene with a suspected broken lower leg and other minor injuries. He was then transported to South East Regional Hospital. .

Police are asking anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page: Alternatively please call your local police station. Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. We remind people they should not report crime information via our Facebook and Twitter pages Source

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