A home in Chepana Street Lake Cathie was broken into by unknown persons while the owner slept. Between 11.30pm Friday March 23 and 7.50am Saturday March 24. The offender gained access via a sliding glass door and stole a framed football jersey, digital camera, GPS and keys.
Police have a suspect and are making further investigations after a person tied a wire noose around the neck of an elderly dog at an Orara Street address in Kendall. The noose was placed on the dog some time between 10pm Friday March 23 and 8am Saturday March 24. The owner found the dog before it was injured.
A motorcycle rider sustained a fractured ankle and head injuries after colliding with a large branch lying on the road in Kew. At 11.10am Friday March 30 the rider, one of seven riding motorcycles, took the off ramp from the Pacific Highway to Kew and hit the branch and lost control at the roundabout at the intersection of Nancy Bird Walton Drive and Sunnyvale Road. He was taken to Port Macquarie Base Hospital for treatment.
Tools were stolen from a trailer parked and secured at an Ocean Drive Bonny Hills address between 3pm Saturday March 31 and 6am Monday April 2.
A GPS unit and sunglasses were stolen from a car parked on The Boulevarde Dunbogan between 4.30pm Friday March 30 and 9am Saturday April 1. The car was locked at the time and offenders forced entry.
A yacht moored in Dunbogan was broken into at around 2am Saturday March 31. The owner of the yacht woke when he felt the boat move but did not see anyone on board. The morning revealed cigarettes and a wallet had been stolen. Some of the stolen property was found in Seymour Street Laurieton. A nearby tender (small boat) was stolen between 12 noon Friday March 30 and 10am Saturday March 31.
A fly screen was removed and a window forced open during an aggravated break and enter of a home in Longworth Road Dunbogan. The elderly occupant was asleep at the time of the robbery and woke to find two packets of cigarettes stolen.
A mobile phone was stolen from the disabled toilet at the Laurieton Plaza shopping centre between 5.50pm and 6.10pm Friday March 30.
Number plates were stolen from a gold Holden Commodore station wagon parked outside a Riverview Street North Haven address between 3.30pm Tuesday April 3 and 8.55am Wednesday April 4.
Forensic investigators are examining a glass bottle which was thrown at a man as he walked along Ocean Drive near Camden Haven High School. At 2.55pm Wednesday April 4 the liquor bottle was thrown at the man.
A bicycle was stolen from a North Haven caravan park between 10.30pm Thursday April 5 and 7.30am Friday April 6. An Avanti bicycle was also stolen from the same caravan park around the same time.
Police were called to Kendall after a car, being driven erratically, narrowly missed a man and woman walking with their two young children beside the road. At 5.45pm on April 5 the vehicle, a red Suzuki Sierra with no roof and no doors, was observed driving dangerously in the Kendall area. Police spoke to the driver who admitted to not holding a drivers license and driving an unregistered and uninsured vehicle. The man was arrested and taken to Port Macquarie Police Station and charged with various traffic offenses.
The actions of the driver of a Queensland registered Ford Falcon raised suspicious of local police on patrol. Police stopped the vehicle in Laurieton. The driver said he did not have his license on him and later admitted to not having a license. Checks indicated this was the driver’s second offence in five years and was issued with a fine of over $1,000.
A surfboard and bag was left at the Laurieton Police Station at 4.30pm Tuesday April 3. The owner is asked to contact police to claim the property.
A mobile phone was lost between 10am and 3pm Monday April 9 at Pilot Beach Dunbogan. The owner is keen to reclaim it. Anyone with information is asked to contact police.
A classroom at North Haven Public School was broken into between 7.30pm Sunday April 8 and 6pm Wednesday April 11. Two iPads were stolen. Forensic investigators attended and enquiries are continuing.