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DURING the day on Tuesday (June 6) four houses were broken into in Coombs and various items were taken.
The burglaries occurred
on Arthur Blakely Way and Gifford Street between 8am and 5pm.
Police believe these incidents are linked and investigations are ongoing.
Officer in charge of Woden Police Station, station sergeant Harry Hains stressed the importance of reporting suspicious activity to police.
“The community are our eyes and ears, often it is members of the community who are the first to notice suspicious activity in their area,” he says.
“If you see someone acting suspiciously, report it to police. Every piece of information is important no matter how small it may seem.”
Contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333000, or via the website at act.crimestoppers.com.au with reference number 6113741.
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