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July 18th, 2018 by admin

Stolen vehicle found torched

A stolen ute was found burnt out and a $10,000 motorbike recovered after five vehicle thefts in the Simpson and Noorat arealast week.
Nanjing Night Net

Senior Constable Tony Hassett, of Cobden police, said police recovered a stolen motorbike at a Terang address after it was taken from a shed at a Noorat farm on Thursday night.

A Terang woman, 27, has been charged with handling and receiving stolen goods over the theft of a $10,000 Kawasaki Ninja motorbike from a property on Darlington Road.

Senior Constable Hassett said a ute,stolen from Bucks Road in Simpson, was found burnt out on Friday night and was one of four vehicle thefts in the region in the space of a week.

He said the keys had been left in all the vehiclesthat were stolen and the number of vehiclethefts were higher than normal for the region.

Cobdenpolice are hopeful of making quickarrests in relation tothree of the stolen vehicles.

Senior Constable Hassett​said a ​Toyota Hilux​and atrailercarryinga red Honda quad bike were stolen from aCarpendeit-Bungendore Road​farmovernight​on ​Monday​.​The uteand trailer​were recovered the next day dumped inthe ​Jancourt​forest​ but thequad bike, valued at $5000, was still missing.

​S​enior Constable Hassett said two men stoleaHolden Rodeo ute​at 5am Thursday from a farm at Bucks Road, Simpson.

​He said the two men then went to Colac where they went through the McDonald’s restaurant drive-through.

Then, as they were driving past aproperty off McLeods Road,South Purrumbete,one of​the ​men got out of the ute and stole aWhite Holden Commodore which was ownedby a young woman who was milking cowsat the farm about 6.30am.

​​The ​drive​r​of the ute later​went around acorner and crashed offThornton​s Road.

The ute was abandoned.

Thewhite Holden Commodore was later founddumpedat Mount Noorat​-the same place where a ute used in a ram raid at a Cobden ​supermarket more than a week agowas dumped and torched.

“Follow up investigation are being undertaken and we are hopeful of making an arrest in the near future,” Senior Constable Hassett said

Anyone with information is requested to contact the Cobden police station or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

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