Vehicle break-ins

OPPORTUNISTIC thieves have been trying their luck with cars on the Coffs Coast.

They stole a Nissan Patrol from Barnes Street at Woolgoolga some time between 2.30pm and 6.30pm on Monday.

The four-wheel-drive has registration VBD 894.

A car was discovered burnt out on Kethels Road at Hydes Creek near Bellingen on Sunday.

Police are still trying to track down the owner and they do not know at this stage if it has been stolen.

Intruders tried to break into a white Mazda sedan in Coffs Harbour’s Azalea Avenue overnight on Monday. They also tampered with locks on a blue Nissan Skyline in nearby Meadow Street.

In the Lyster Street car park they broke into a white Toyota Corolla also overnight Monday and stole two umbrellas.

Louts also targeted several cars at a unit block in Grafton Street, Coffs Harbour.



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