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CELSIUS Man dies in earthmover accident

A CARRUM Downs man died after being crushed by earth-moving equipment he was operating in Moorhen Cr on Thursday. The 36 year old, a licenced operator, was landscaping the front yard of his home when he is believed to have jumped out of the machine and caught between the descending bucket and the frame. Sergeant Mark Sims, of Carrum Downs police, said the man died instantly. He was found by family members. Police and WorkSafe inspectors are compiling a brief for the Coroner. Picture: Gary Sissons

Boy terrified after park confrontation A 12-YEAR-OLD boy was terrified when a man confronted him in Bruce Park, Frankston, on Tuesday (9 June) and demanded his Giant bike and wallet, which was empty. The boy was riding home from Frankston High School at 3.50pm when the man stood in his path. The man’s right hand was concealed in his jacket pocket but police believe he carried a black handled knife. The man is described as Caucasian, early 20s, tall, skinny and with black facial stubble. He was wearing a black hoodie and denim jeans. He was last seen riding across Bruce Park. Police later retrieved the bike. Anyone with information should call Detective Senior Constable Ken Howard, of Frankston police, on 9784 5555 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Theft from cars and deceptions POLICE are investigating the use of stolen credit cards in Frankston, Narre Warren and Berwick last month. Investigators have been told a wallet was stolen from an unlocked car parked in Reginald Cl, Berwick, between 9.30pm Monday 18 May and 8am Tuesday 19 May. It is alleged a man woman used the cards to buy numerous items at service stations in Frankston, Berwick and Narre Warren from 2.15am-noon on the Tuesday. Investigators believe the pair were driven as passengers to the service stations in a dual cab ute. She is described as Caucasian, 20-25 years,

wearing a distinctive dark-coloured jumper with a skull design on the front. He is Caucasian, 1820 years, with a distinctive rose/flower tattoo on the inside of his left forearm. Police have released images of the ute, man and woman who may be able to assist with their investigation. Anyone with information is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a confidential report at crimestoppersvic.com.au

Winter swims CHILDREN who swim in winter will be fitter and have stronger immune systems, making them less susceptible to the usual winter illnesses. This is despite the “old wives tale� that children will get sick swimming in the colder months. Former Commonwealth Games swimming medallist and Peninsula Aquatic Recreation Centre manager Simon Beqir said learning to swim in winter was crucial to ensuring children can swim confidently and independently, as well as maintaining their skills for increased swimming activities during summer. The recently opened centre in Frankston offers a learn-to-swim program for all ages and levels of ability. It encourages children to swim at through winter in a controlled environment using state-ofthe-art facilities. “Swimming is the best sport in winter to keep fit, boost children’s immune systems and make them less susceptible to common winter illnesses,� Mr Beqir said. “At PARC, the temperature is 26-30 degrees year round and the centre is protected by weather-resistant entrances.� PARC’s swim program includes a guarantee that every child will progress after three terms, otherwise they will receive a complimentary second lesson per week until they do. See parcswim.com.au or call 9781 8444.

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