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03/27/2017 at 02:19. Facebook
Police are seeking the assistance of the public to help locate missing Prospect man, Thomas Golledge.

Thomas Golledge, 33, was last seen leaving his Prospect residence about 1pm Wednesday 22 February. Police are concerned for his welfare as he suffers from a medical condition.

Thomas Golledge is Caucasian, 178cm tall, slim build, bald or very short red hair and a red goatee.

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03/26/2017 at 11:20. Facebook
A Jamestown man has been reported for arson and creating a false belief, after he allegedly set his own car alight and then reported to police it had been stolen.

Just after 9.30pm on Tuesday 22 March, Jamestown police and local CFS attended a deliberately lit car fire on Racecourse Road at Jamestown.

A quick response by the CFS prevented the fire from spreading into nearby farming paddocks,...
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03/26/2017 at 00:12. Facebook
A stolen car has been found dumped at Devon Park this morning.

The blue Holden Commodore sedan was reported stolen this morning from an Elizabeth North home. A patrol spotted the vehicle on Churchill Road, near Regency Road just after 9.30am on Sunday 26 March.

The patrol immediately terminated any pursuit. Police searched the area and found the car abandoned at the intersection of Belford...
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03/25/2017 at 22:30. Facebook
When considering the mid-1984 disappearance of young Adelaide couple Roy and Sonya Naylor, the State Coroner heard a lot of evidence about their connections within the Australian heroin trade.
Ultimately ruling that the pair were dead, Coroner Kevin Ahern noted in his November 1990 finding that the illicit drug industry is fraught with danger “not only to the drug users but also those persons...
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03/25/2017 at 20:17. Facebook
Police are seeking the assistance of the public to help locate three young missing friends, Sara Nigiraneza, Sarah Dusabe and January Uwimana.

Sara Nigiraneza, 15, and Sarah Dusabe, 13, were last seen leaving Sara’s address at Elizabeth Downs on Tuesday 14 March. January Uwimana, 14, was last seen leaving her Andrews Farm home on Wednesday 22 March.

All three girls are African, with slim...
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03/25/2017 at 01:46. Facebook
Police are investigating an incident at Kensington Park yesterday morning and have released a computer generated image of the man involved.

About 8.10am Friday 24 March, a teenage girl was walking along Uxbridge Street, Kensington Park when a man grabbed her by the arm, she was able to break free before running off. The girl was not physically hurt.

The man is described as of Caucasian...
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03/24/2017 at 09:27. Facebook
Have you seen these war medals and jewellery stolen in a break-in at Coromandel Valley last month?

Sometime between 10am to 4pm, Wednesday 15 February, a home on Magarey Road was broken into and a number of war service medals and jewellery stolen.

Some of the war medals are inscribed with 'FREDRICK GEORGE CLARK' on back, and another with 'WALTER SHEPPARD'. The medals are very sentimental to...
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03/24/2017 at 06:50. Facebook
Riverland Police need your help to identify a suspect following a break-in at a Renmark business where a car was stolen.

Sometime between 5.30pm on Wednesday 22 and 9am on Thursday 23 March the business on Renmark Avenue was broken into and a 2011 silver Ford Falcon FG sedan, registration S795AOE was stolen.

CCTV from a nearby business shows the suspect, who appears to be Caucasian man,...
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03/24/2017 at 06:27. Facebook
The Band of the South Australia Police called into the township of Cowell yesterday, performing to 250 school children and a further 200 members of the local community.

The crowd, young and old, enjoyed a 1 hour performance by the Big Band, singing and dancing along with their local community police officers.

It’s been a busy week for the Band, who today performed to around 120 kids from...
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03/23/2017 at 22:04. Facebook
Police need your help to locate missing 37-year-old woman - Karen Mulligan who was last seen at her home address at Willaston at around 4.45pm on Monday 20 March.

Karen is described as being Aboriginal, 155cm (5'1") tall, slim with blonde hair and the word "TICKETS" tattooed on right lower arm.

She was last seen wearing white shorts and a pink shirt. If anyone has seen Karen or know of...
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03/23/2017 at 10:50. Facebook
Please 'share' and help us find missing young woman, Brooke White.

Brooke White, 21, was reported missing from her Munno Para home this evening. Police and her family are concerned for her welfare.

Brooke White is Caucasian, 160cm tall, with a slim build, brown hair and blue eyes.

She may be driving a white 2011 Kia Rio, registration S682AME.

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03/23/2017 at 05:43. Facebook
Elizabeth Police are investigating the theft of laptops from a school during a break-in on the weekend.

Twenty Microsoft Surface laptops were stolen during a break-in at the Mawson Lakes School on Sunday 19 March.

The tablets are in used condition and are all ultraviolet marked on the lid with "MLS" and a four digit number.

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03/23/2017 at 05:07. Facebook
Please 'share' and help police find missing Taperoo teenager, Mystika Hayward.

Mystika Hayward, 14, was reported missing after not returning home from school yesterday (Wednesday 22 March) afternoon. Police and her family are concerned for her welfare.

Mystika Hayward is 153cm tall, with a solid build, olive complexion and long dark brown hair. She was last seen wearing her school...
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03/23/2017 at 04:16. Facebook
Ready and raring to go!

This #ThrowbackThursday we take a glimpse back to the 1950s, where Motor Traffic Constables show off the department’s BSA motorcycle fleet.
The 1950s was a busy period for Motor Traffic Staff, with the establishment of new Advanced Driver training enabling more staff to use motorcycles. The department hit its peak in 1958 when the fleet reached 211 motorcycles across...
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03/23/2017 at 01:17. Facebook
Police need your help to locate missing boy - Sean Hall who was last seen at his home address at Huntfield Heights around 7pm last night (Wednesday 22 March).

Sean, who is aged 12, is described as being Caucasian, slim build, average height with an olive complexion and dark hair. He was last seen wearing a red shirt and pants.

If you have seen Sean or you know of his whereabouts, please...
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Watch out for a #scam which has so far affected people in South Australia, New South Wales, Victoria, Queensland, Western Australia and the ACT.
Scratch lottery tickets are sent in the mail and require payment of a ‘release/tax fee’ to an overseas bank account for the winnings to be paid out.
Some victims have lost significant amounts of money.
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Police are seeking the assistance of the public to help find missing man Stefan Hudoba.

Mr Hudoba who is 54-year-old, last seen leaving his Park Holme home about 12pm this afternoon. Mr Hudoba has an intellectual disability and police and his family hold concerns for his welfare.

He is described as Caucasian appearance with a medium build, 177cm tall, short brown/grey hair, and blue eyes....
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It must've been a busy morning for Police Cat Precious. We caught him snoozing on duty in the horse blanket room at Thebarton Barracks.

Recruited to the critical role of Stable Mouser in 2010, Precious is SAPOL's last line of defense against rodents, pigeons and other unwanted guests around Barracks.
If you live in the Barossa Local Service Area, don't miss your opportunity to have your say this Monday, during the first ever Barossa Police and Community Engagement (PACE) Forum right here on Facebook.

Residents and business owners in the Barossa community are invited to submit their questions and learn about current policing issues in the community.

Questions will be answered live on...
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