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29-year-old Meadows Height man after he was seen running from an allegedly stolen sedan at around 3.30am. After the arrest they executed warrants at two houses, one in Port Melbourne and one in Footscray West. They found allegedly stolen property including power tools, jewellery and clothing which police believe was stolen in aggravated burglaries from Preston, Malvern, Williamstown, Frankston, Toorak and Maribyrnong. The man appeared at Melbourne Magistrates’ Court in relation to the charges.

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not injured and was not aware that the burglary had happened until she woke up. An image of the allegedly stolen car, with false registration plates, and a man police wish to speak to have been released. The man has distinct tattoos and was seen on 19 September at a car wash in Casey. Police are appealing for assistance to help with their investigation. Anyone with information can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. AN image of a man police wish to speak to in relation to an aggravated burglary. Pic: Supplied

POLICE are appealing for information regarding an alleged hit and run in which a 15-year-old boy was left injured on Friday 4 October. The teenager told police he was skateboarding with friends in Leatherwood Street, Frankston South, at about 4.30pm, when the driver shouted at them for skateboarding on the footpath. A heated exchange took place after which the driver of a blue coloured Chrysler wagon-style car allegedly drove off the road and hit the boy. The Mt Eliza teenager was taken to Frankston Hospital for treatment. Witnesses were unable to get a registration of the vehicle but it is believed the owner of the car might live nearby.

Car robbery investigated KINGSTON CIU detectives are investigating an aggravated burglary that occured in Chelsea last month. Police believe that a person entered a home on Swan Walk and stole car keys and a vehicle sometime between 11pm on 13 September and 3pm on 14 September. The stolen car was a red Holden commodore sedan. A woman was home asleep at the time, but was

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