Monday, February 11
8am: Police received a report of theft from a vehicle
parked outside a Peninsula Rd address in Kelvin Heights.
Senior Constable Chris Blackford said a back window was
smashed to gain entry to the vehicle, although nothing was
taken. A garage at the property was also entered and three
mounted amplifiers in a box were taken along with a petrol
can. Inquiries were continuing.
8am: A report of vandalism at the One Mile public
toilets was received after ''pretty much every item in the
toilet cubicle'' was targeted. Snr Const Blackford said the
vandalism appeared to have occurred over the weekend and
inquiries were continuing. ''I'd suspect there would be a
number of people who would know who the offender is ... and
when you consider those toilets cost about $85,000 each,
maybe an anonymous phone call to the police station could be
12.20pm: A German woman received an infringement
notice after rear-ending a vehicle in Centennial Ave, near
the Arrowtown Golf Course. Snr Const Blackford said a male
driver was turning right into the golf course, had slowed and
was indicating when the 19-year-old German woman hit the rear
of the man's car. Both parties were driving rental vehicles.