Frankston Times 10 March 2020

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NEWS DESK Police patrol

with Brodie Cowburn

Three men steal booze THREE men who stole alcohol from a Somerville shop are on the run from police. Investigators were told that the three offenders stole a large quantity of vodka from the bottle-o after they ran without making an attempt to pay,

at Hastings Police on 59707800 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

around 2.50pm 6 February. The three men have been seen at Raymond Street Reserve. Police have released an image of three people they wish to speak to. Anyone who recognises them is encouraged to call Leading Senior Constable O’Donnell

Wanted: Three people police wish to speak to in relation to the alleged theft of alcohol. Picture: Supplied

Bikie raids result in four arrests Four men have been arrested after a series of “bikie raids”, police say. On 5 March, police executed search warrants at an OMCG clubhouse in Cranbourne West and homes in Frankston, Berwick, Hallam, and Pakenham. Four men were arrested, while drugs, cash, and weapons were seized. A 25-year-old man from Hallam, a 25-year-old man from Frankston, and a 20-year-old man from Adelaide were all arrested at the Hallam address. A 19-year-old man from Yarrawonga was also arrested at a Mount Eliza address. They are expected to be charged with assault, aggravated carjacking, possession of prohibited firearms, drug, and theft related matters. Police allegedly seized a loaded sawn-off shotgun, ammunition, drugs, cash, a stolen KTM motorcycle, and a stolen Nissan 4WD from the Hallam address “The warrants formed part of an investigation in relation to illicit firearms possession and an aggravated carjacking which occurred on 19 February in Shaxton Circle, Frankston. During that incident it’s believed a group of males assaulted two victims before stealing their vehicles,” a police spokesperson said. “The victims sustained minor injuries and did not receive medical treatment.” All four appeared at the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court, 5 March.

Card stolen POLICE wish to speak to a woman in relation to the burglary of a credit card. Sometime between 6.15am and 6pm, 16 January, a credit card was stolen on McMahons Road, Frankston North. The card was later used at three places in St Kilda. Police have released an image (below) of a woman the wish to speak to in relation to the theft. Information to Crime Stoppers or the Frankston CIU on 9784 5555.

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Cherry Lane

Children’s Centre A SALUTE TO

TAKING ENROLMENTS NOW Cherry Lane is family owned and run 62 place centre. At Cherry Lane we strive to provide high quality care that has a safe and warm atmosphere which reflects the home environment. • Play based curriculum built around the early Years framework. • Nappies, wipes, nappy rash cream and sunscreen. • Laptop program for the kinder room once a week.

• Regular Outings and Excursions. • Vegetable garden and chickens. • Large outdoor areas.

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with our qualified kindergarten teach who attends the service 5 days a week. • A 3 year old Pre-kinder room. • A Toddler room for 2 to 3 year olds

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Want to come in for a tour? No need to make an appointment, just drop in when you are free.

Opening Hours: 6.30am to 6.30pm

6 Andrew St, Seaford Phone: 9786 2880 cherrylanecentre@hotmail.com

www.cherrylanechildrenscentre.com.au

STARRING INTERNATIONALLY RENOWNED

JOHN STEPHAN

SATURday 21 March FRANKSTON ARTS CENTRE FOR BOOKINGS Ph: (03) 9784 1060 | artscentre@frankston.vic.gov.au Frankston Times

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