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I appreciate that not everyone is able to come to my Mordialloc office when they need information or assistance. That’s why I’ll be holding mobile offices near you on Saturday 15 July.

Jewels, cash stolen JEWELLERY valued at $6300, including gold wedding and engagements rings and a charm bracelet, was stolen from the main bedroom of a Parkdale house, early morning Thursday 29 June. Other items taken from the property in Eveline St were a quantity of cash taken from a wallet and a computer. A family member returned home to find a back door open and the items missing.

Thief disturbed A THIEF smashed a glass door at the rear of a hamburger joint in Station St, Carrum, 5.20am, Friday 30 June. Police said he appeared to have scaled a back fence to enter an alfresco dining area. CCTV shows him with face covered by clothing punching two large holes in the door. He was apparently disturbed and fled the scene.

Till rifled ABOUT $400 was stolen from the till at a Thai restaurant in Chelsea Heights, 10pm, Thursday 29 June. Thieves scaled a fence and forced a rear window before taking the cash from the front of the restaurant.

Door holds firm A PATTERSON Lakes couple are on edge after thieves made desperate attempts to force open their front door on consecutive nights, about 7pm, Thursday and Friday 28 and 29 June. Police were told the two men continually banged and kicked the sturdy front door in Salmon Bay without success. They tried to wrench the door handle, and made several attempts to open it via a keypad. Two expensive cars in the driveway may have been their targets.

One man was heard to say, “Keep on looking; keep on looking”. Police said they may have approached the property from the rear waterway.

Armed robberies A FRANKSTON man was arrested last week over a string of alleged armed robberies at supermarkets, cafes and small businesses in which staff were allegedly threatened with a knife and a crowbar and cash registers thrown to the floor. The 29-year-old allegedly ran from police when they raided a house in Tamarisk Drive, Frankston North, Sunday 25 June, and was chased over back fences for about a kilometre before being apprehended. The man was taken back to Frankston police station and interviewed over the robberies in Dandenong South, Braeside, Carrum Downs, Frankston and Baxter in the past month. He faced an out-of-sessions hearing and was charged with various armed robberies and up to eight other burglaries. He appeared at Frankston Magistrates’ Court last week and was remanded to appear at Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on 18 September. Police also seized a silver Nissan Navara utility in connection with the robberies.

DETECTIVES are searching for a man who broke into the Seventh Day Adventist Church, Cranbourne Rd, Frankston 8.30pm, Thursday 8 June. The man is seen on CCTV searching through a pantry, cupboards and drawers in the kitchen area and rifling collection tins in the church which is undergoing renovations. He is Caucasian, 30s, wearing a camouflage print vest, peak cap, gloves and carrying a backpack and torch. It is not clear if anything was stolen. Anyone with information on these incidents should call Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000.

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