Thieves target vehicles in Coffs

THIEVES have caused more heartbreak for residents across the Coffs Coast.

Their weekend raids targeted several vehicles and police need your help to track down the joyriders and return the cars to their owners.

A blue Holden Astra parked near the intersection of Moonee Street and West High Street in Coffs Harbour was stolen some time between 6.30pm on Sunday and 8am yesterday. The car has registration AYX 19Q.

Elsewhere, a car left parked beside the Pacific Highway at Corindi Beach didn’t stand a chance when louts saw it and tried their luck.

Some time between 9.30pm on Saturday and 1.30am on Sunday they drove off in the grey Holden sedan with registration ZDE 993.

The 2000 model is worth $7000.

Meanwhile, intruders have hauled off a load of gear in a daring robbery at Valery.

They snuck onto a Hydes Creek Road property and forced open a shipping container.

They grabbed a mountain bike, a chainsaw, a whipper snipper, a ladder and tools and loaded them into a box trailer they found nearby before fleeing from the scene.

The black trailer has registration W63984.

If you can help police with these investigations, contact Coffs Harbour Police Station on 6652 0299 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.



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