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November 2015


30 November 2015

Coastal homes now a bigger target for burglars and car thieves

HOMES on the Mornington Peninsula are emerging as a popular target for burglars, but those in Melbourne’s west and north remain their top choice. Police have flagged alarm at thieves increasingly stealing cars, which are often used to commit more crimes.

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27 November 2015

Vehicle lifters’ gang busted, kingpin held

JAISALMER: The Jaisalmer police on Wednesday busted an interstate vehicle lifting gang and arrested the kingpin Shaitan Godara, a member of Bisnaram gang and an accused in Bhanwari Devi murder case.

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25 November 2015

The cars were found bearing numbers and markings similar to race cars in Defence Force bushlan

POLICE have recovered nearly 50 cars found burnt out and stripped at a makeshift rally track outside Darwin. The cars were found bearing numbers and racing markings similar to rally cars in bushland owned by the Australian Defence Force near Thorngate Rd, Holtze, during a two-day operation.

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24 November 2015

Victoria’s surge in car thefts blamed on street gangs and jobless youths

AR thefts are soaring in Victoria, with “brazen” crime gangs and bored jobless youths blamed for rises of up to 24 per cent in a year in some areas.

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23 November 2015

Kill switch and trackers reduce car thefts

Satellite-based services allow rental agencies and fleet operators to take remote control of vehicles

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