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The first time plants were stolen was on May 22, when the man took two camellias, three viburnums and seven obelia plants. Then on June 6, sometime between 5.30am and 8am, the male returned to the property and took three camellia plants. The following week on July 11, a further two camellias and four obelia plants were taken. Then, at about 2.10am on July 30 the man returned to the property and took two viburums.
In total, the offender has taken seven camellias, five viburnum and 11 obelia plants from the residence, with a value of $1000.
Information that could assist police can be provided to Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000, or via the Crime Stoppers ACT website using reference number 6134821.