Frankston Times 28 July 2020

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NEWS DESK Police patrol

with Brodie Cowburn

Victim photographs alleged offender A SEXUAL assault victim took a photo of her alleged attacker after an incident on 29 June. Frankston sexual offences and child abuse unit detectives have been told that a 17-year-old girl was sitting on a bench on Young Street opposite the train station at around 11.40am when she was approached by a man. The man allegedly sexually assaulted the girl, then left on foot towards Beach Street. Before fleeing, the victim managed to take a photo of the alleged offender. The image has been released by police to help find the man. Police describe the man as “Caucasian in appearance, with short spiky dark hair, and aged between 25 and 40-years-old”. He was wearing jeans, a blue t-shirt, mustard colour shoes, and had painted fingernails. Police are asking for anyone who recognises the man to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential crime report at www. crimestoppersvic.com.au.

Murder charge

Wallet taken

A CARRUM Downs man has been charged with the death of a man in Cranbourne last month. The body of Michael Mammome was discovered in a car park at Donnelly Reserve on 26 June. On 23 July, police arrested a 42-year-old Carrum Downs man and charged him with armed robbery and murder. The man faced the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on 23 July.

POLICE believe a stolen credit card was used at a Frankston North fast food restaurant last month. A car on David Street in Dandenong was broken into sometime between 22 and 23 June. A wallet was stolen from the vehicle. A credit card from the stolen wallet was later used at four Dandenong service stations and a Frankston North fast food restaurant. Police describe the offender as “aged in his late 30s to early 40s with a distinct dark coloured tattoo on his left hand.” An image of a man police wish to speak to has been released (below). Anyone with information is urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or submit a confidential report online at www.crimestoppersvic. com.au.

Vintage ute stolen A BLACK vintage ute was stolen from a Carrum Downs shopping centre earlier this month. The victim left their car secured at the centre on 2 July. An unknown offender later stole the vehicle. The car was displaying the number plate 1QR 4KO. Images of the car (below) have been released by investigators. Anyone who has seen it is asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or make a report online at crimestoppers.com.au and quote the incident number 200239781.

A PHOTOGRAPH of a man wanted in relation to an alleged sexual assault in Frankston. Picture: Supplied

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GALLERY TALK Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery is currently closed to the public until further notice in response to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Even though the gallery doors are temporarily closed, we are continuing to share our collection, exhibitions, stories and children’s activities online. On the 1 July MPRG threw open our doors and welcomed visitors back to see our golden anniversary exhibition MPRG: FIFTY. Unfortunately, due to COVID-19, the Gallery had to close again a week later and move its programming back online. The Gallery is excited to launch a new online platform MPRG TV, where you can watch exclusive content relating to our exhibition program. Enjoy watching a walkthrough of the new exhibition MPRG: FIFTY with Artistic Director/ Senior Curator Danny Lacy. This exhibition features dedicated collection rooms exploring historical and contemporary representations of the Mornington Peninsula and highlights the gallery’s renowned collection of works on paper that has been developed over the past 50 years. In our exhibition preview, you can also view an excerpt of a performance by the Peninsula Chamber Musicians in the Gallery performing Mozart’s Flute Quartet in D-Major, recorded prior to the lockdown.

We are premiering an artist studio conversation series on MPRG TV beginning 30 July, presenting contemporary artists from the MPRG Collection such as printmaker Raymond Arnold, painter Euan Macleod and virtual reality superstar Jess Johnson. These will be streamed weekly on a Thursday evening at 7.30pm. MPRG’s artist/educator Jill Anderson continues to inspire with her series of online creative activities for kids based on artists in MPRG’s collection. The latest activity includes creating a Danie Mellorinspired collage and paint a work on paper inspired by artists Rosie Weiss and GW Bot. Visit mprg.mornpen.vic.gov.au/learn MPRG will also be launching a major collection publication featuring historical essays about the gallery and over 70 works reproduced from the Collection. This is available to order through our website. On behalf of all the team at MPRG, we hope that you and your loved ones continue to stay safe and together we can all get through this by looking out for each other. Stay home, stay safe and stay inspired.

Danny Lacy Artistic Director Senior Curator

PO Box 588, Hastings 3915 or email

communityevents@mpnews.com.au

www.mprg.mornpen.vic.gov.au Civic Reserve, Dunns Road, Mornington Ph 5950 1580 Frankston Times

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