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Far South Coast LAC NSW Police Force release Jan 15th 2018


Police have received two reports of stealings from a camping ground in Congo sometime during the evening Saturday 13 January 2018 or early morning 14 January 2018.

In one incident, a stand up paddle board and paddle valued at $1,000 was taken. The board is described as having a light timber coloured top deck with light blue coloured underside.

In the other incident, a men’s red coloured mountain bike valued at $1500 was stolen.

Police urge the public to secure their valuables at all times.


Police have charged a 16 year old male with several offences after an alleged break and enter incident at a bottle shop in Narooma around 3:30am Friday 12 January 2018.

He was arrested later that day and charged with Break and enter and Steal from motor vehicle x 3.

He was bail refused and will appear at Batemans Bay Children’s Court at a future date.


Batemans Bay Highway Patrol have charged a 32 year old Moruya man with several traffic offences after he was detected driving at excess speed Sunday morning 14 January 2018.

Due to traffic conditions, the driver was not stopped. He was however located a short time later.

He was subsequently issued a Field court attendance notice for Disqualified driver, Use unregistered and Uninsured vehicle and Excess speed.

He will appear at Moruya Local Court on 9 February 2018.

Police are urging anyone with information in relation to this incident to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or use the Crime Stoppers online reporting page:

Information you provide will be treated in the strictest of confidence. Police remind people they should not report crime information via their Facebook and Twitter pages.

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